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THE 1976 MIRROR 
WALTHAM SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

and 
WALTHAM VOCATIONAL HIGH 

SCHOOL 



Table of Contents 

2-3. Dedication 

4-9. Administration 

10-12. Recognition Awards 

13. Student Government 

14-15. "Mirror" Staff 

16-32. History Section 

33. Memorial Page 

34-69. Fall Activities 

70-97. Profiles A-Ha 

98-141. Winter Activities 

142-161. Profiles Ha-Ot 

162-189. Spring Activities 

190-191. Awards and Achievements 

192-193. College Attendances 

194-211. Senior Week 

212-229. Profiles Ot-Z 

230-250. Vocational High Section 

251-288. Underclassmen Section 

289. Baby Pictures 

290-299. Faculty Section 

300-319. Clubs 

320-408. Business Section . 



"Mirror" Dedication 




Miss Margaret Nolan has been connected with Waltham High since 1942 . She was born 
and educated in Waltham , and upon graduating from Lasell Junior College attended the 
Boston University College of Practical Arts and Letters , where she specialized in the 
teachers' training course. Furthering her studies, she received a Master of Education 
degree from the Boston University School of Education . 

At her first place of employment after graduation , she taught shorthand and typewrit- 
ing at the Wyndham Secretarial School . After several months serving in this capacity , 
she acquired a position at Waltham High School as an instructor of bookkeeping and 
typewriting in all classes of the business curriculum . 

In addition to teaching , Miss Nolan has been a member of the Waltham Educators 
Association , the Massachusetts Teachers Association , the National Education Association 
and the Professional Business Women's Club. 

Miss Nolan gives nearly all of her spare time to the students at Waltham High; even her 
Saturdays and Sundays are spent working to help the students attain $40,000 worth of 
scholarships a year. This is just a part of her job as assistant to the Guidance Director. We 
are proud to dedicate the 1976 "Mirror" to Miss Margaret Nolan. 



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Mirror" Dedication 




Mr . John J . Regan , born in Waltham , grew up in Newton where he attended Newton 
Catholic High School . He received his Bachelor of Arts degree and his Master of Arts 
degree from Suffolk University , and continued his graduate studies at Boston State , 
Framingham State , Salem State , and Boston University . 

In addition to serving the students of Waltham High School , he was an active member 
of the Executive Board and Evaluation Committee , as well as serving as Vice President of 
the Waltham Educators Association and President of the Salary Committee for Waltham 
School System . 

Mr. Regan has also dealt personally with many Waltham students. During his eight 
years as a math teacher in the Waltham School System , he participated in and directed 
many extracurricular activities . For ten years he was the coach for the Junior Varsity 
football team at Kennedy Junior High. He was a Driver Education teacher for five years, 
a baseball umpire for four years, and was also the advisor for the Waltham High School 
talent show for three years . 

More recently, Mr. Regan has served as Assistant Housemaster for three years and for 
the past three years was the Housemaster for our class. As a token of our appreciation and 
gratitude to a man who has done everything for our class, we dedicate the 1976 edition of 
the Waltham High School "Mirror." 




MR. GEORGE E. P. HUSSON JR. 
Headmaster 



Sr. High School 
Administration 




MR. F. JOSEPH LEVEY 
Assistant Headmaster 



Vocational 

High School 

Administration 





MR. ERNEST VISCARELLO 
Director of Occupational Educ. N 



MR. JOSEPH DeMAIO 
Asst. Principal 



Superintendent's Office 





DR. FREDERICK STOKLEY 
Superintendent 



MR. JOHN D ADDON A 
Deputy Superintendent 





MR. JAMES CANNON 
Assistant Superintendent 



DR. JOSEPH LaPRESTI 
Assistant Superintendent 







JUDITH A . CAMPBELL 



JOSEPH PAVONE 



COL. PAULPOMEROY 



School Committee 




HONORABLE ARTHUR J. CLARK, 
Mayor 




LILLIAN SHIRLEY 



GERTRUDE M. WEBB, 
Vice - Chairperson 



FREDERICK H. WALTER 



House Offices 





MR. JOHN REGAN 
Senior Housemaster 




Mrs. Marion Campbell, Secretary, Mrs. Tower, Attendance Offi- 
cer, Mr. Dorsey. 



OFFICE WORKERS: 

SEATED: Susan Catino, Judy Wilson, Linda Randolph, Beth English, Domia Aresenault, 
Robin Manning, Liz Kantowski, Paula Vitale. STANDING: Donna Lopez, Heather 
Blaiklock , Noushig Hagopian , Jane Antico , Melissa Smith , Maria Nocella , Rosemary 
Casey, Kathleen Callahan, Maryjane Callahan, Judy Keefe, Carmeila Cacci. 




Junior House 



MRS. ALISCA CZARNOWSKI 
Junior Housemaster 



Sophomore 
House 




OFFICE WORKERS: Deborah Barnard, Laura Cooper, Denise Bennett, Bonnie Raines, 
Kevin Sullivan, Lisa Hickey, Louise Demeo, and Mrs. Barbara McCauley. 




OFFICE WORKERS: ROW I: Denise Jaillet, Theresa Rheaume, Vicki Rizzo, Mrs. 
Marie Collagero; secretary, Lisa Strazullo, Sue Collantino, Regina Donahue. ROW 
II: Karen DiMatia , Sarah O'Brien, Maureen Gallagher , Rosalie Cuttone, Susan 
Grubbs , Kathy Kasper , Kathy Dacey , Helen Rufo , Monica Fitzgerald , Debbie Dar- 
cey, AnnMarie Lockwood. ROW III: Kathy Maqhinney, Deidre Regan, Mary Cof- 
fin, Cindy Maccagnano , Emily Pagnani , Cheryl LeBlanc , Laurie Davis, Donna 
Manning, Joyce Talanian. MISSING: Karen Blenkhorn. 




MR. THOMAS NEYLON 
Sophomore Housemaster 




Teacher 
Recognition 



Mr . Stephen Grant has been teaching 
Earth Science and Astronomy at Waltham 
High for eight years . A graduate of Waltham 
High, he received his Master's degree from 
Boston State University. Aside from his reg- 
ular scholastic duties he is a former Driver 
Education instructor , and is now a Driver 
Road instructor and advisor to the Student 
Council . 




Mr . Thomas Leverone has been a Math 
teacher at Waltham High for eight years . He 
graduated from Arlington High School and 
received his Bachelor of Science and his 
Master's degrees from Boston College. As 
well as his job as a Driver Road and summer 
school teacher, he is also advisor for the 
National Honor Society . 



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Mr. James McDonnell has been teaching 
Math at WHS for ten years . A graduate of 
Waltham High , he received his Bachelor of 
Science degree from Mass. College of Phar- 
macy. Every year Mr. McDonnell runs the 
ski trip to Europe and the famous Bermuda 
trip . His most time consuming efforts 
involve his job as advisor for the Waltham 
High School yearbook . 




Mr . Charles Rezzuti has been teaching 
Earth Science and Physical Science at Walt- 
ham High for five years. After graduating 
from Newton South High School he attended 
Boston State University , where he received 
his Bachelor of Science degree . Mr . Rezzuti 
has spent a tremendous amount of time both 
in school and out working with the students 
of Waltham High, and his dedication has not 
gone unrecognized. 




Mr . Jerry Nelson , a Physics teacher at 
Waltham High for the past eight years , 
graduated from Newton High and then from 
Boston State University , where he received 
both his Bachelor of Science and Master's 
degrees . Through the years Mr . Nelson has 
put in a tremendous amount of time both 
during and after school to work with stu- 
dents , and has shown an overwhelming 
amount of patience and dedication . 




Mr. Harold Walker has been teaching His- 
tory and Sociology at Waltham High for 
eight years. A graduate of Newton South 
High School , he received his Bachelor of 
Arts and his Master's degrees from Boston 
University. As part of his extracurricular 
activities Mr. Walker is a Driver Road 
instructor and a member of the Executive 
Board of Teachers and of the Faculty Sen- 
ate. 



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Special Recognition 




Mr. Leon Meader 



The graduating Class of 1976 would like to give special recognition to a man who will be 
leaving our school after many years of dedicated service to the students of Waltham High 
School . 

Mr . Leon Meader has been a Math teacher at Waltham High for eighteen years . Before this 
he taught at Higgins Classical Institute in Maine for nineteen years and was Headmaster there 
for four years . 

He graduated from Wheaton College in Illinois, and received his Master's degree from the 
University of Maine . 

We will all miss Mr. Meader' s friendly smile and his familiar greetings in the halls. And we 
wish to say thank-you and a sad good-bye to a man who has come to be one of the favorites of 
the Class of '76. 



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Senior 
Class Officers 




Ray Cusano; President, Maryanne Melan- 
son; Secretary, Lillian Santangelo; Trea- 
surer, Lynda Larrabee; Vice President. 



Senior Board 




ROW I: Debbie Denaro, Carol Edmunds, Liz Hill, Lisa Gibbs, Paula Allia, 
Janice Stanton, Elaine Rancatore. ROW II: Lillian Santangelo, Linda Rhe- 
aume, Janet O'Donoghue, Christine Centola, Nancy Mula, Maryjane Mac- 
Donald, Diane LeBlanc. ROW III: Frank Joyce, Ray Cusano, Gary Crisafulli, 
Steve Ohnemus, Dominic Zaia, TomLavash, Terese Hurley. 



Student Council 




SEATED: Karen Aldred, Brian McPherson, Hyung Kim, Judy Anastaci, Susan Burstein. 
STANDING: Mr. Grant; Advisor, Margie Faulstich, Chris Moran, Ray Cusano, Jim Moran. 



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1976 "Mirror" Staff 



I especially want to acknowledge 
the efforts of our two editors and the 
contributions they made to the 1976 
"MIRROR." 

Our editors were active in school 
activities. Bonnie was a Football 
Cheerleader, a member of Concert 
Choir , and participated in Senior 
Revue . Rhonda was a Basketball 
Cheerleader, co-captain of the 
Girls' Tennis Team, and partici- 
pated in Senior Revue . Despite all 
their extracurricular activities 
they were both members of the 
National Honor Society , and each 
was awarded a scholarship at Gradu- 
ation Exercises . These two young 
ladies will continue their education 




this September at Brandeis Univer- 
sity. 

What makes these accomplish- 
ments all the more commendable is 
the fact that all the yearbook work 
was done on free time or after 
school . At no time was class time 
used. 

During Class Day Exercises Bonnie 
received the superlative "Did Most 
for the Class" and as a final tribute 
the Class of 1976 gave Bonnie and 
Rhonda a standing ovation . This 
says it all . 

James McDonnell 
Advisor 




EDITOR IN CHIEF - BONNIE BECKER 
CO-EDITOR - RHONDA GUDEWICH 
Old North Bridge , Concord 



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SPORTS EDITORS: Michael Attardo, 

Dianne Manley, Michael Reynolds. 

U.S.S. Constitution 




PROFILE EDITOR: Jane Antico. 

CANDID EDITOR: Elaine Rancatore . 

Buckman's Tavern. 




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BUSINESS STAFF: Mary Jo Murphy, Judy Gero, 
Stephanie Salvucci, Michelle Angelo. 

Minuteman Statue , Lexington Green . 



ACTIVITIES EDITORS: Judi Anastasi, Janet O'Do- 
noghue . 

Old North Church 




HISTORY EDITORS: Ann Kane, Lisa Paige. 
Bunker Hill Monument 




YEARBOOK ADVISOR: Mr. James McDonnell, 
Minuteman Statue , Concord . 



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Senior Revue 
The Spirit Of 

'76" 










Paula Allia 
Judi Anatasi 
Michelle Angelo 
Jane Antico 
Dave Archdeacon 
Brian Arena 
Karen Arena 
Donna Arsenault 
Sandra Aucoin 
Adriana A versa 
Ralph Badger 
Jim Baillio 
Tom Banks 
Linda Barden- 
Carol Baxter 
Bruce Bazarian 
Bonnie Becker 
Joyce Bizzozero 
Gene Boeglin 
Lee Ann Bonifilio 
Mike Bordenca 
Paula Bodsworth 
Jackie Boudrot 
Janis Bourgeois 
Lisa Bourgeois 
Mary Bowler 
Maureen Brady 
Kevin Brannelly 
Jill Brooks 
Anne Brophy 
Susan Burstein 
Cindy Byrne 
Maryjane Callahan 
Frank Cantone 
Paul Cappadona 
Jaime Cardillo .> 
Pat Carney 
Rosemary Casey 
Tom Casey 
Patricia Cassidy 
Susan Catino 
Sandy Cellucci 
Lee Cetrano 
Mary Claffey 
Maureen Clancy 
Charles Clarke 
James Coleman 
Mark Collett 
Odille Comeau 
Matthew Condon 
Alice Connors 
Tom Connors 
Joanne Conti 
iMarianne Corbett 








Leonard Cormier 
Pamela Cormier 
Tom Cronin 
Ray Cusano 
Debbie Denaro 
Joe Denauit 
Lynn Desmond 
Paul Dineen 
Jay Doherty 
Tom Dooley 
Gail Doucette 
Billy Douthart 
Karen Dozier 
Debbie Dubie 
Peggy Duffy 
Susan Dulong J /;/// 
Steve Eld-ridge r/ ' 
Beth English 
Maty English 
Robert Falzone 
Ray Fanara 
Lee Fetbroth 
Lisa Fine 
Sally Forster 
Joe Flynn 
Michelle Furdon 
SueEllen Gallagher 
Ann Gallant 
Leona Gaudet 
Judy Gero 
Denise Goguen 
Paul Gross > 

•Rhonda Gudewich 
Noushig Hagopian 
fStepben Htistead 
-Joan Hantman 
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Brenda Hevesian, 
Jean Higgins w|P 
Julie Higgins ,;/,_, ' 
Elizabeth Hill 
Joe Hingey 
Cheryll Howard 
jfheresa Hurley 
Barbara Ingersoll 
Michelle Jackman 
Pamela Jacome 
Norman Jaillet/ 
Debbie Jo%nse1| 
Stephanie Joliat 
Frank Joyc M 
Paul Joyal 
Bob Kaitz 
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Ann Kane 
Judy Keefe 
Tim Kelley 
Beth LaMacchia 
Susan Langill 
Carolyn Landry 
Lynda Larrabee 
Tom Lavash 
Cheryl Lazaro 
Amy LeBlanc 
Dianne LeBlanc 
Nanette LeBlanc 
Reid Leonard 
Donna Lopez 
Jane Loughlin 
John Loughlin 
Annie Luna. 
Joan Lynch 
Debby MacKenzi 
Kathy MacKenzi 
Carol Malmgren 
Dianne Mariley 
Robin Manning 
Charles Mansfield 
Susan Martin 
Roberta Masulla 
Jena Mattone 
Jim Mazzeo 
Barbara McEnaney 
Susan McGuigan 
Brian McPherson 
Kate McQuade 
Maryanne Melanso 
Jon Meliones 
Kathy Meyler 
Susan Millian 
Kathy Mirabile 
Carolyn Moore 
Sharon Mullaney 
James Murphy 
MaryJo Murphy 
Carol Nasco 
Cheryl O'Connell 
Michael O'Connel 
Janet O'Donoghue 

athy Ohnemus 
Steve Ohnemus 
Kim Oliveri 
Bernadette O'Loug 
Cathy O'Reilly 
John O'Toole 
Lisa Paige 
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Merrill Pearson 
Denise Peters 
Susan Poirier 
Ginger Powde. 
Bill Powef" 
Kevin Priestman 
liana Quirl^ 
Elaine Rancatore 
Dave Randolph 
Mike Reynolds 
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Linda Rheaume 
Martha Roone 
Joe Russo 
Janis Ryan 
Thomas Ryberg 
Susan Sabetti 
Cindy Sainsbury 
Lisa Salem 
Heidi Saltzberg 

itephanie Salvucci 
■Renee Samuels 
Lillian Santangelo 
Lynn Scott 
Mary Shea 
Maureen Shelley 
Karen Sider 
Debbie SmitrT 
Melissa Smith 
Cindy Soderholm 
fanice Stanton 
Deborah Stockwood 

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Patty Taranto 
Marie Tarjan 
Dianne Teevan 
Alfred Texiera 
Susan Thidemann 
Karen Tiano 
Larry Tocci 
Elisa Treglia 
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Field Hockey 

The year 1976 marks the sixth year of existence for a WHS 
Girls* Field Hockey team. This year's team not only had a 
successful 5-4-3 season, but they also experienced a first. 
During the Newton game the girls became the first WHS field 
hockey team to have a boy as an opponent. 

This years' team, when compared to the previous teams, 
scored the greatest number of goals . This statistic is due to 
the excellent scoring talents of seniors Carol Baxter , Mar- 
ianne Corbett , and Elaine Rancatore . Although the team 
loses seven seniors this year , it is looking forward to another 
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ROW I: Barbara Walter, Barbara Lawton, Jane Olivio, Co-Capt. Dianne Manley, 
Co-Capt. Carol Baxter, Lynn Campana, Olivia Zano, Susan Huff. ROW II: 
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V.'altham 

V.'altham 

Valtham 

Valtham 

Valtha 



VARSITY RESULTS 
wk tm Losses -4 




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Newton 
Quincy 
North Quincy 
Weymouth North 
Brockton 

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eymouth. South 
Brookline 

rockton 

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Brookline 
Weymouth South 





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There HE is! Oh no HE is BIG! . . . Z . . . The bus- 
drivers and their refreshments . . . Brookline; the 
whistle ^th^prdfcst . . . Z . . Ji Frontere^thxusters , 








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Billerica 

Boston Latin 

Brockton 

Brookline 

Cambridge 

Newton North 

Quincy 

North Quincy 

Newton South 

Brocktom^ 

Brookline 

Cambridge 

Newton North 

Quincy 

Arlington 

North Quincy 




VARSITY RESULTS 

5-7, 15-7 
7-15, 3-15 
6-15, 15-12, 8-15 
15-10, 5-15, 15-9 
15-5, 14-16, 15-1 
15-10, 8-15, 6-15 
15-4, 15-10 
15-1, 15-1 
15-6, 15-6 
5-15, 17-15 
1-15, 8-15 
10-15, 15-3 
13-15, 15-5, 15-6 
15-S, 2-15, 15- 
15-2, 15-4 
15-10, 15-1 





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VARSITY: ROW I: Beth Shinnick, Maryanne McNamara, Co-Capt. Carol 
Latorre, Co-Capt. CeliaYung, Yvette Daigle, Amy Saulnier. ROW II: 
Coach Helen Castros, Janet Altman, Kathy Corliss , Sue Kiejzo, Wendy Mul- 
len , Charlotte Cristof ori , Laraine Bogosian . 




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This year's team followed the WHS tradition 
of volleyball excellence . Much credit should 
be given to the girls , who are all juniors and 
sophomores. However, the fine coaching tal- 
ents of Miss Castros can not be overlooked. 

After finishing second in the Suburban 
League with a 12-4 record, the volleyball 
team went to the Eastern Mass . Tournament . 
Success prevailed during the play-offs, but the 
girls were defeated by Brockton , the eventual 
champions , in the semi-finals . 

Recognition must also be given to this year's 
junior varsity with an 11-5 record. 

Two teams of high achievement can be 
expected next year with the return of all of this 
year's players. 



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ddles . . . Oh dear! Play it! , . . CorvetteT." .TLit-^ 
tie Sally- Waters . . . What was the question? . . . 
Statue of Liberty . . . Mrs. Keller's between game treats 
. . . Hi-Ooohhh ... Squeaky . . . Ace!! . . . Don't 
cry over spilled milk . . . Joe Volleyball . . . Digit! 
. . . Ready-Break! . . ':,, Icecream . . . Sue's victory 
i :mp . . . Are you blue? No yellow! . . . Slick . . . 
Cider anyone 9 . . . Celia Babee . . . Come-on will ya? 

• . . Beth kid . . . Wa-Wa . . . Block . . . 'Kay 

• . . Take a seat . . . O.K. we found the weak spot 

• . . Charlotte are you still helping a lot? . . . Green 
Pickle . . . Hoyt Wilhelm . . . See ya later! 

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JUNIOR VARSITY: ROW I: Nicole Duguay , Cindy Kiley, Co-Capt. Mary 
Lyons, Jackie Forster, Nina Attardo. ROW II: Coach Helen Castros, Karen 
Marston, Patty Nix, Ginette Arsenault, Meg LaShoto. 





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ke Gaudet :; 
Bob Gross'' 
Mike Kelly 
Cliff Kierstead 
Bob Langley * 
John Loughlin 
Steve Oates 
Joe Ottaviano 

ony Pacini 
Don Place 
Gregg Prescbtt 
Mike Reynolds 
Ray Russo 
Mike Vinci 





JUNIORS 
Steve Algeri 
Frank Carpentino 
Dick Collins 
Don Cusano 
Bob Cusick 
David Dankens 
Tom Furdon 
Terry Gaudet 
Del Gokey 
Mark Hachey 
Tony Lombardo 
Tony Luna -'" 
John Luskin 
Mario Martin 
Pierre Martin 
Chris Moran 

iAndy Mula 
Dave Valdinbrinr 







* Suburban League All -Stars 



This year's team was one of great spirit, and was reputed to be one of 
the toughest, hard-hitting teams in the league. Despite the team's 5-4 
record , they were only twenty points away from the Championship . 

Waltham experienced a first when the team traveled to Norwood for 
the only night game in the history of WHS football. Don Place's two 
touchdowns led the team to its first victory . 

The most frustrating game was lost to the Superbowl contender North 
Quincy in overtime , by three points . 

The effort put forth by the team brought to a close another successful 
season of WHS football. 




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Football Cheerleaders 



Make us feel happy . . . Chew bars . . . Let's reach our potential! . . . Running Russians . . . Forward? . . . Spready, 
OK! . . . Hello Patriots ! . . . That's the way we like it! . . . Booth and Ronnie . . . Move down chicks . . . He's my 
brother ! . . . Shining Star . . . Pick it up and push it ! 





JaneAntico, Denise Le Blanc, KathyMeyler, SueEllen Gallagher, Capt. Cheryll 
Howard, Ruth Becker, MaryAnne Melanson, Lynne Scott, Bonnie Becker, Mic- 
helle Angelo, Jane Loughlin. MISSING: (Advisor) Mrs. Carol Poirier. 




Fall Festival 





In November of this year the Fall Festival activities were held . The queen 
and her two attendants were chosen at a rally in the boys' gym . Nancy Mula 
was crowned as the queen, Tina Treggiari was her junior attendant, and Sta- 
cey Gallagher was the sophomore choice . The next day a victory dance was 
held in the cafeteria and the band , White Ash , provided entertainment . 



Crowning of King Cappucci and Queen Campbell 




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The aim of the Theatre Arts Experimental Theatre Program is to give 
students the opportunity to experiment with different aspects of drama and 
the stage . The many presentations this year ranged from a Reader's Theatre 
Show to An Evening of Dance, to A Woman's Show. 

The students are encouraged to work with lights , costumes , and makeup , 
as well as participating in the performances . The program has been very 
successful , and hopefully will remain so in providing students with an 
introduction to the theatre . 





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Girls' 
Swimming 



The second season for the Girls' Swim Team 
proved to be much more successful than their first . 
The girls tripled their number of wins and finished 
with a 3-6 record. 

Congratulations are due to Coach Baker and the 
team for their sixth place finish in the league meet . 
i Both Mimi McBride and Priscilla Olson finished ninth 
1 place in the 50 and 200 yard freestyles, respec- 
i tively. Janet Doherty finished sixth place in the but- 
terfly and Janice Casella finished third in diving . 
a Janet and Janice both went on to compete in the 
ii State meet. 

Much success is in sight for next year's Girls' Swim 
Team. 




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ROW I: Mimi McBride, Jean Gallant, Cindy Auviscis, Beth O'Hara, Pam Penton, Janet 
Doherty. ROW II: Patty Strom, Coach Geraldine Baker, Co-Capt. Terese Huley, Co-Capt. 
Priscilla Olson , Janice Casella , Bernice Doucett . 









Wins-3 


Losses- 6 




Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 


59 
79 
70 
35 




North Quincy 
Cambridge 
Newton South 
Newton North 


20 

89 

101 

47 


Waltham 
Waltham 


68 

25 




Weymouth North 
Brookline 


97 
57 


Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 


90 
53 
40 




Weymouth South 

Quincy 

Brockton 


78 

29 

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Si- weey Rabbit . . . I ain't doing no back-semi! . . . 
Oh Coach, you're a "Cutie" . . . Still eatin' Mrs. 
Baker? . . . Oh , I like this song ! . . .No cigars , just 
cigarettes ! . . . Leave it to Janice to pile on the points 
. . BjSp-Go-Go-Go-Go-Go-Go-Go-seven, huh? . . . 
Coach, wearin' your white blouse? . . . States? . . . 
Flip Turns! . . . Four 500's-25 50's! ! . . . I think we 
can make it . . . Who's a spoiled brat? 



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Facing one of the toughest schedules in seventeen years, the Cross-Country team 
was put to the test. Running Varsity on this year's team and representing the class of 
'76 was Jon Meliones, a Tom Hicks award winner, Captain Ray Cusano, and Ed Fin- 
nell . Other seniors included Tom Cronin , Eric Steinberg , Gary Tanashian , and Tom 
Banks . The team was largely assisted by a group of sophomores , Joe Orlando , Brian 
Regan, Jon Adams, and Don Gibbs. The team concluded its season with a 3-6 record 
and placed fourth in the Suburban League Championships . 




ROW 1: Brian Regan, Ed Finell, Joe Orlando, Don Gibbs, Jon Meliones, Captain Ray 
Cusano, Nick Powers, Doug Olney, Mark LaForest. ROW 2: Coach J. Lee Gould, Mike 
LaRosa, Pete Connlly, Fred Bryson, Nick Diciaccio, Gary Tanashian, Tom Cronin, 
Chuck Keyes , Eric Steinberg , Vitor Pereira , John Olney , Managers Ann Powers and 
Rosemary Casey . 






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Girls' Cross 
Country 



The 1976 season was one of much learning for the members of 
the Girls' Cross Country Track Team, for it was the first year 
WHS had such a team. The team can easily be referred to as a 
sister team because within the six members there were three 
Bizzozeros and two Aldred sisters. Karen Aldred and Valerie 
Bizzozero should be congratulated for finishing 13th and 76th 
respectively in the State meet. 

Even though the Girls' Cross Country Track Team only had 
one win to six losses , the girls deserve much recognition and 
praise for overcoming the obstacles that a first year team is 
faced with . These girls should be commended for bringing a 
future in the sport of Girls' Cross Country Track to WHS. 




ROW I: Kaien Aldred, Joyce Bizzozero, Valerie Bizzozero. ROW II: Coach Law- 
rence Enos, Sandra Aldred, Chris Moynihan, Lisa Bizzozero. 






Sister tejfh . .ifcevfr'll catch them on Cabot Hill gills! 
* . . Start running , here comes Coach in the SpitFife! 
. . . Kick it in all the way Lisa and Joyce . . . Don't 
give up now , Sandy ! . . .I'm nuts to do this sport 
. . . I love pain . . . Our first year . 






SCHEDULE RESULTS 






Wins-1 Losses-6 






*lowest score wins 




Waltham 


32 Cambridge 


24 


Waltham 


23 Brookline 


32 


Waltham 


35 Weymouth North 


24 


Waltham 


30 Quincy 


22 


Waltham 


33 Weymouth South 


22 


Waltham 


36 Brockton 


19 



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SENIORS 
Jim Baillio* 
Gene Boeglin 
Kevin Callahan 
Joe Carle : ' 
Bob Chenevert 
Sal Costa 
Vfcominic Dorninjanni 
John Generoso* 
Gary MacKe 
Tom Mahr 
Bill McCarthy*' 
Ken Samueliart 
Jim True 



JUNIORS 
Hector Araniz 




KME 




Ed Barmakian 
Stephen Bonica 
Rich Breault 
Tim Carney « 
Tom Carroll 
Neil Dineen 
Sal DiStefano 
Tom Faherty 
uce Farago 
Rich Gemelli 
Bob Gillen 
Chris Joliat 
Mike Lee 
John Mason 
Dan Murgo 
Dan Owens 
Ruben Talamantes 
Constantine Voulgaropolis 
Varsity Coach - 
John Graceffa 
Junior Varsity Coach - 
Doug Tierney 

* - Tri-Captains 



Soccer '75-76 



Waltham High Soccer was on the move this year with its best season 
ever. The effort by the students of both the Varsity Squad (7-8-3) and the 
Junior Varsity Squad (8-6-4) made this season the best in soccer history at 
W.H.S. 

Despite the loss of Dominic Dominjanni, excellent performances from 
Tri-Captains John Generoso, Joe Carle and Jim Baillio, together with the 
senior members of the team helped to make the season successful and pro- 
vided the ground work and attitudes for future seasons . . 





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70 PAULV. ABORN 
42 Mountain Rd . 



LAURA ABRAMSON 
Moody St. 



GEOFFREY ADAMS 
30 Curve St. 



DOREEN AIELLO 
33 Wamsutta Ave 




ROSANNEF. ALESSE 
64 Calvary St. 




JUDITH ANASTASI 
25 Bright St. 




MAUREEN ANDERSON 
76 Mokema Ave. 





DEBRA M. ALIBRANDI 
78 Miriam Rd. 





ANNA MARIE ALLIA 
129 Bedford St. 






PAULA ALLIA 
66 Boynton St . 




DAVID C. ANASTOS 
189 Ash St. 




DEBORAH ANDREWS 
41 Shirley Rd . 




MICHELLE ANGELO 
16 Warren Ave. 



MICHAEL ANNUNCIATA 
84 Albermarle Rd. 



CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY 
211 Temple Rd. 



JANE A. ANTICO 
23 Totten Circle 



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DAVID C. ARCHDEACON 
29 Greer St. 




CAROLYN A . ARENA 
11 Richgrain Ave. 




GARYO. ARENBURG 
87 Overland Rd . 







BESTY J. ARNOLD 
16 Beaverbrook Rd . 



DONNA ARSENAULT 
47 Colburn St. 






BRIAN F. ARENA 
159 Copeland St. 




KAREN J. ARENA 
124 Russell St. 




GINAM. ARSENAULT 
82 Prospect St. 



72 MAURICE ARSENAULT 
69 Hiawatha Ave . 



NORMAN J. ARSENAULT 
13 Plympton St . 



MICHAEL A . ATTARDO 
140 Trapelo Rd . 




DEBRA A . AUCOIN 
11 Benefit St. 










GEORGE P. AUCOIN 
262 Brown St. 



SANDRA AUCOIN 



SUZANNE AUCOIN 
23 Lowell St. 



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ADRIANA J. AVERS A 
31 Lura St. 




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STEPHEN R. AVERY 
13 Leonard St . 




RALPH W . BADGER 
108 Felton St. 





STEPHEN E. BABIN 
25 Barnes St . 




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PAUL E. BABINEAU 
659 South St. 





WERNER P. BABURINS 
19 Highland St. 







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JAMES P. BAILLIO 
99 Kingston Rd . 





JOANNE L. BAKER 
15 Richgrain Ave. 



PHILIP BALLO 

45 Woodchester Rd . 



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THOMAS M. BANKS 
114 Goldencrest Ave. 




MARGARET BARR 
111 Seminole Ave. 




CAROL BAXTER 
60 Dobbins St. 





CHARLOTTE BARBER 
17 John St. 




PATRICIA BARR 
111 Seminole Ave. 




AREDIS B. BAZARIAN 
44 Cedar Hill La. 






LINDA BARDEN 
17 Hawthorne Rd . 



LISA BARRON 
40 Smith St . 





KENNETH P. BARRY 
137 Grove St. 



SHERRI A. BATCHELDER 
988 Main St. 




74 DEBORAH J. BEAUMONT 
84 Harvard St. 



BONNIE BECKER 
23 Graymore Rd . 






BARRY BELLA 
109 Milton St. 



JOHN BELLIVEAU 
220 Ash St. 






MITCHELL BECKER 
132HillcrestRd. 




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ROBERT BELKIN 
158 Church St. 



LORI ANN BENNETT 
19 Wellington St. 






DEBORAH BEERS 
97 Bowdoin Ave . 




JOANNE E. BELL 
3 Freemont Ter. 




KATHERINE BERGANTINO 
51 Bruce Rd . 




CHRISTOPHER BERNARD 
175 Newton St. 



PETER BERTRAND 
83 Plymouth St. 



LYNNE A. BESSO 
155 Seminole Ave. 



STEPHEN BETTINELLI 
48 Silver Hill La. 



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DEBRA A. BIZZOZERO 
20 Albemarle Rd . 



JOYCE K. BIZZOZERO 
20 Albemarle Rd . 



JEFFH. BLACKMAN 
84 Berkley St. 







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76 ALAN J. BLUMENREICH 
87 HobbsRd. 






THOMAS BIANCHI 
98 Vernon St. 




JODI BIENSTOCK 
704 Stearns Hill Rd. 




HEATHER BLAIKLOCK 
152 Greenwood La . 



EUGENE BOEGLIN 
69 Gray more Rd. 



ROBERT P. BOLDUC 
249 Florence Rd . 




JOHN BONAZZI 
26 Blossom St. 




LEE A. BONFILIO 
! 25 Alterwood Rd . 




MICHAEL BORDENCA 
39 Pleasant St. 







JACQUELINE BOUDROT 
42 Weir Rd . 





MIEDALIA BONILLA 
11 Cross St . 




WILSON BONILLA 
123 Charles St. 




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PAULA E. BOSWORTH 
151 Ravenswood Rd. 




JOANNE BOUCHER 
14 Howard St. 




ANN M. BOOTH 
1165 TrapeloRd. 




LOUIS R. BOUDREAU 
322 Crescent St. 




GINETTE BOURGEOIS 
20 Tip TopTer. 



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JANICE BOURGEOIS 
223 Grove St. 




ALAN BOWERS 
91 Willow St. 




CHRISTOPHER BOWLEY 
201 Ash St. 




78 DANIEL E. BOYD 
12 Montclair Ave . 





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LISA BOURGEOIS 
138 Ellison Pk. 



MAUREEN BRADY 
27 Willard St. 



ROSEE. BOURGEOIS 
18 Winthrop St . 






KEVIN R. BRANNELLY 
48 Albert St. 




NADINED. BOURQUE 
94 Chestnut St . 




MARYE. BOWLER 
18 Windsor Ter. 




KATHLEEN BOWMAN 
102 Marlborough Rd. 




JILLM. BROOKS 
82 Longfellow Rd . 



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ANNEM. BROPHY 
137 Villa St. 




SUSAN BURSTEIN 
36 Riverside Dr. 




SANDRA M. BUTCHER 
38 Sterling Rd . 






KENNETH BROWN 
76 Lawrence St. 



LISA BRUNACCINI 
76 Ledge Rd . 







OSVALDO BURGOS 
234 Charles St. 




MARY ANNE BUSHARD 
2 Montclair Ave . 




STEPHEN BUTEAU 
41 Walnut St. 




BRIAN BUTLER 
1625 TrapeloRd. 



BEVERLY BYAM 
35 Warren Ave. 



CYNTHIA A. BYRNE 
96 Summit St. 



CARMELA CACI 
237 Ash. St. 



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JULIE R. CALLAHAN 
386 Forest St. 




KEVIN M. CALLAHAN 
158 TrapeloRd. 




PHILLIP CAMPBELL 
7 Randall St. 






WILLIAM CAMPBELL 
18 Wampum Ave. 



80 PAUL CAPPADONA 
635 Beaver St. 



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ROSANN CAPPADONA 
212 RobbinsSt. 




FRANK CANTONE 
21 Addison Rd. 





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MARIE CARAMANIS 
224Robbins St. 




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KATHLEEN CALLAHAN 
47 Overlook Rd . 




MARYJANE CALLAHAN 
34 Edwin Rd. 




DONNA M. CAPPADONA 
196 Ash St. 




JOHN J. CARBERRY 
10 Humboldt St. 



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JAIME A. CARDILLO 
I 46 Wetherbee Rd . 




WALTER CARROLL 
70 Canterbury Rd . 



JOHN CASELLA 
241 Temple Rd . 








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72 Porter Rd . 



PATRICIA CARNEY 
100 Hawthorne Rd . 





JOSEPH J. CARUSO 
1349TrapeloRd. 



VICTORIA CARUSO 
80 Kendall Pk. 





BRUCE A. CARR 
150 Hardy Pond Rd. 




CATHY CASELLA 
122 Winter St. 









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RICHARD J. CASELLA 
122 Winter St. 




ROSE MARY CASEY 
23 Virginia Rd . 



THOMAS M. CASEY 
23 Virginia Rd . 



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PATRICIA CASSIDY 
45 Jennings Rd . 




LEE CETRANO 
254 Weston St. 




DONNA M. CINCOTTA 
263 River St. 




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SUSAN CATINO 
56 Willow St. 




ROBERTA. CHENEVERT 
427 Lincoln St. 




MARY L. CLAFFEY 
371 Crescent St. 





SANDRA CELLUCCI 
8 Parkview Rd . 



JOHN M. CHIASSON 
2 Rosemont Ave . 




CHRISTINE CENTOLA 
15 Chatham La . 





FUNG CHIN 
490 Lexington St. 



82 MAUREEN CLANCY 
3 Chesterbrook Rd . 



CHARLES CLARKE 
211 College FarmRd. 





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MARK COLLETT 
>36 Grove St. 



PATTI ANN COLLINS 
32 Overlook Rd . 






ROBERT J. COATES 
37 Hammond St. 




JAMES COLEMAN 
350 Bacon St. 




ODILLEM. COMEAU 
302 Warren St. 





DON A. COLEMAN 
51 Warren St. 




SCOTT F. COLEMAN 
34B Hansen Rd . 




MATTHEW G. CONDON 
12 Kingston Ter. 




1HARON CONNOLLY 
.2 Lawton PI . 



ALICE L. CONNORS 
378 Newton St. 



PATRICK CONRAN 
60 Kingston Rd . 



JOANNE CONTI 
153 Alder St. 



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CAROL A. CONWAY 
58E Hansen Rd. 




STEVEN CONZO 
43 Curtis St. 




MARYE. CORAZZINI 
39 Barnes St. 




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MARIANNE CORBETT 
37 Chester La . 





STEPHEN M. CORCORAN 
14 Florence Rd . 





ARNOLD L. CORMIER 
199 Prospect Hill Rd . 




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84 DEBORAH A. CORMIER 
52 Rich St. 



EUGENE J. CORMIER 
150 Hammond St. 



GLENN F. CORMIER 
5 Chester La . 



NANCY M. CORMIER 
51 Amherst Ave. 




PAMELA CORMIER 
48 Dorchester St . 




NANCY COULTER 
70 Chaffee Ave. 




DAVID W. CREAMER 
36 Arcadia Ave. 








PATRICIA CORMIER 
60 Rich St. 



LINDA J. COXALL 
54 Turner St. 





JEAN M. COSGROVE 
45 Caughey St . 



SALVATORE COSTA 
1 Bemis Ave. 






RAYMOND A. CRANE 
25B Dermody Rd . 




GARY M. CRISAFULLI 
44 Doty St . 



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THOMAS E. CRONIN 
74 Marianne Rd . 




RAYMOND CUSANO 
360 Waverley Oaks Rd, 








SUSAN CROTEAU 
664 Lake view Ter. 




DONNA M. CURTIN 
91 Chester La. 




MARY E. CUTLER 
1 Gorham St. 




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ALLEN CUSANO 
5 Chester La . 




HAROLD CUTLER 
1 Gorham St. 




ANNA CUTTONE 
16 James St . 




86 PAULDAIGLE 
250 Main St. 



JOSEPH DAMICO 
1131 Main St. 



RICHARD DANGIO 
196 Villa St. 



LOUIS P. DARVIRRIS 

139 Warwick Ave . 






JOSEPH L. DEANGELO 
14 Winthrop St. 



BRIAN DELACEY 
24 WilmotRd. 



PRISCILLA DELANEY 
25 Townsend St. 




SANDRA DELFINO 
14 John St. 




DEBORAH DENARO 
51 Parkview Rd. 








CYNTHIA E. DELFINO 
70 Adams St. 




STEPHEN P. DEMARCO 
321 Lincoln St. 




JOSEPH W. DENEAULT 
146 Seminole Ave . 




SCOTT M. DENNEHY 
1088 Main St. 



MARY E. DePASS 
47 Ellison Pk. 



LYNN DESMOND 
260 Brown St. 



KAREN A. DiCICCO 
11 Noonan St. 



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VINCENT M. DiGREGORIO 
32 Wamsutta Ave. 






GRACE DiMASI 
17 Wadsworth Ave . 




MARIES. DINALLO 
125 Felton St. 



PAUL J. DINEEN 
80 Dobbins St. 




LOUIS C. DiSANZA 
4 Chester Ave . 






JAMES J. DOHERTY 
44 Kingston Rd . 



DOMINIC DOMINIJANN 
97 Grove St. 




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WENDY E. DONLE 
64 Greer St. 




88 THOMAS DOOLEY 
48 Gale St. 



GAILE. DOUCETTE 
83 Cabot St. 



JACQUELIN DOUCETTE 
27 Ash St. 



WILLIAM DOUTHART 
42 Cleveland Rd . 






STEPHEN DOWDY 
21 Demerest St. 



DEBRA DUBIE 

207 College Farm Rd . 



PAULA DUFFY 
198 High St. 



BRIAN DOYLE 
10 Allen Rd. 



MARK DOYLE 
25 Wilton St. 





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MARGARET DUFFEY 
68 Wilbur St. 




DAVID DUFFY 
376 Crescent St. 







KAREN DOZIER 
58 Florence Rd . 




KEVIN DUFFY 
88 Bedford St. 




SUSAN DULONG 
713 South St. 




.AUREN DWYER 
50 HillcrestRd. 



GLENN ECCLES 
24 Tomlin St. 



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CAROL EDMUNDS 
68 Dale St. 




KENNETH ELLIOT 
34 Augustus Rd . 







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PAMELA FALONE 
52 Jennings Rd . 



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JAMES EGAN 
35 Ellison Park 




ELIZABETH ENGLISH 
96 Doty St. 




ROBERT FALZONE 
42 Livermore Rd . 





MARCELLE EL FAR 
183 Weston St. 



MARY ENGLISH 
784 Beaver St. 




STEPHEN ELDRIDGE 
111 Rockridge Rd . 





CHERYL ESSMAN 
30A Amory Rd . 








90 PATRICIA FAMOSI 
651 TrapeloRd. 



RAYMOND FANARA 
21 Christopher Rd . 








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JOY FENTON 
414 Forest St. 



MARK R. FERRO 
337 Grove St. 






DENISE FARRELL 
13 Derby St. 




KEVIN M. FEELEY 
29 Cabot St. 




LEE J. FETBROTH 
28 Whitman Rd . 





MAUREEN FARRELL 
13 Reyem St. 




FRANCIS J. FEENEY 
85 Copeland St . 




LISA FINE 

104 Ravenswood Rd . 




DAVID K. FINLEY 
1105 Lexington St. 



EDMUND J. FINNELL 
24 Bruce Rd . 



SUSAN H. FIORILLO 
57 Charlotte Rd . 



GARY J. FITZGERALD 
1219 Trapelo Rd . 



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JOSEPH R. FLYNN 
66 Vernon St. 



92 RHEALFOUGERE 
220 Ash St. 





KEVIN M. FOGG 
33 GilmanRd. 



MARY T . FORKIN 
85 Boynton St. 






CHERYL A . FRISOLI 
52 Albert St . 



MICHELLE FURDON 
38 Floyd St. 




MATTHEW FITZGERALD 
31 Wyola Prospect 




PAMELA FITZGERALD 
179 Florence Rd. 




SALLY A. FORSTER 
10 Orchard Ave . 




CHERYL A. FUSSELL 
44 Elson Rd . 



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SUSAN FYFE 
185 Willow St. 



MARY GALLAGHER 
58 Ellison Pk. 



PATRICIA GALVIN 
58 Tolman St. 






ALBERT A . GABRIELLI 
39 Chesterbrook Rd . 



DAVID L. GAGNON 
520 Lexington St. 



BRIAN J. GALLAGHER 
104 Warwick Ave . 







SUE ELLEN GALLAGHER 
104 Warwick Ave . 



ANNE GALLANT 
28 Cherry St. 



MICHAEL L. GALLANT 
688 Moody St. 









GWEN GARDINER 
30 Maple St. 



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KATHRYN GARRETT 
41 Cliff Rd . 



MAUREEN GARRITY 
40 Silver Hill Lane 




DENNIS GAUDET 
29 Adams St. 




MICHAEL GAUDET 
34 Guinan St. 





JOYCE GARVIN 
7 Joy St. 







BRIAN GAUDET 
82 Guinan St. 




LEONA GAUDET 
32 Middle St. 




PETER GAUTREAU 
30 Hammond St. 




94 JOHNGENEROSO 
92 Bright St. 



KAREN GENTILE 

10D Prospect Hill Lane 



JUDITH GERO 
109 Doty 



THOMAS GIARDINA 
180 Weston St. 




LISA GIBBS 

23 BeaverbrookRd, 




MARY ANN GIROLAMO 
147 Robbins St. 




JERALD GIULIANO 
3 Orange St. 






ANDREW GILES 
109 Clark Lane 



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MICHAEL GIORGETTI 
82 Mayall Rd . 





: EBORAH GLAWSON 
I D Washington Ave. 



EDWARD GLIDDEN 
83 Temple Rd. 





DORIAN GIRARD 
147 Seminole Ave . 







ROBERT GIROLAMO 
147 Robbins St. 




SCOTT GLADMAN 
66 Montclair Ave . 




NOREEN GLYNN 
83 Howard St. 



THOMAS GLYNN 
65 Bowdoin Ave. 



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LYNNE GODFREY 
108 Bedford St. 




DENISE GOGUEN 
167 Lincoln St. 




MARTHA GRAY 
157 Dale St. 






JAMES GRAZIOSI 
18 Doty St. 




MICHAEL GREGORICUS 
302 Crescent St. 






CLAUDE GOGUEN 
81 Lexington St . 




DONALD GRAY 
33 Chester Lane 




DEBORAH GRIECI 
63 Jennings Rd . 



96 GERALD GRIFFIN 
192 Warren St. 



ROBERT GRIFFIN 
15 Barbara Rd. 



PAUL GROSS 
364 Weston St. 




ROBERT GROSS 
101 Pond End Rd. 




J RHONDA M. GUDEWICH 
17 Brookfield Road 




NOUSHIG HAGOPIAN 
744 Trapelo Road 




JOANE. HANTMAN 
102 Kingston Road 






MARK GULLOTTI 
87 Felton Street 



KENNETH T. HACHEY 
16 Pine Hill Circle 





STEPHEN J. HALSTEAD 
51 Temple Road 



RICHARD F. HANLON 
75 Milner Street 





MARYE. HAFFEY 
13 Sunset Road 




CHERYL HANSEN 
211 South Street 




PAMELA J. HARRINGTON 
18 Lakeview Terrace 




STEVEN L. HARRIS 
11 Bancroft Street 



WILLIAM E. HART 
9 Norumbega Terrace 



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Ray Russo 
Glen Cormier 



Basketball 



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RECORD i^-.j 
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/altham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 

Waltham 



53 
51 
44 
73 
54 
55 
66 
66 
37 
64 
44 
52 
50 
39 
60 
59 
57 
45 
56 
58 




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Quincy 

No. Qui: 

Brookline 

Brockton 1 . 

Cambridge 

Weymouth N . 

Weymouth S. 

Rindge f \j{ 

Newton 

Quincy 

No. Quincy 

Brookline 

Brockton H 

Cambridge 

Weymouth N . 

Weymouth S. 

Rindge 

Newton * 

Somerville 
Tournament Game 
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55 
49 
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41 
36 
65 
64 
50 
51 
49 

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The 1975-1976 Varsity Basketball Team was a suc- 
cess story in itself . With none of the starters returning 
from last year's squad, Coach Sorin expected problems, 
but instead he received a tournament berth . The 
W . H . S . Basketball Team became one of the only three 
Suburban League Teams to make the Eastern Mass . 
Tournament . 

Coach Len Sorin should be credited with drilling his 
team , equipped with talent , dedication , and the will 
to win , into a top notch outfit . 

The starting team consisted of Suburban League All 
Stars Jim Nocera , and Don Place , with Joe Carle , John 
Generoso , and Ray Russo rounding out the squad . 
Reserves Randy Hayes and Glen Cormier typified the 
team's personality by continually coming off the bench 
and giving all-star performances. 

Highlights of the season were the election of Jim 
Nocera and John Generoso as Co -Captains; beating 
Somerville High twice , which a W . H . S . club has not 
accomplished in more than twenty years; and a berth in 
the Eastern Mass. Tournament. 





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Margie Faulstich 
Ken Samuelian 
Nick Powers 
Tom Banks 



Mike Birrstein 
1tor Peveira 
Don Gibbs 
BACK ROW 
Tom Cronir 
Coach Joe Tranchita 
Frank Shea 
Ed Hunter 
Steve De Vincent 



Nick Diceaccio 



Coach J . Lee Gould 



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50 
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70 




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Brookline 
Quincy 
Cambridge 
North Quincy 
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Waltham Track had a successful season and can be credited 
with a hard working team and a lot of very good individual 
efforts . Fine performances by sophomores John Adams and Brian 
Regan added to junior efforts by Chris Moran , Doug Olney and 
Nick Powers that helped to make a strong team . Senior sprinters 
pulled through most of the meets with great efforts from Tom 
Banks , Bob Gross , Ed Finnell , Gary Tanashian , Mike Reynolds 
and Steve Corcoran. The State meet was well represented this 
year with seven boys making it into the semi-finals and five 
placing. Both Coaches can be complimented for their dedica- 
tion and help throughout the season . 




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District Band And Orchestra 

ROW ONE: Siobhan McGillicuddy , Paul Harriman*, Kyriaki Voulgaropoulos . 
STANDING: Mark Adams-, Doug Nally*, Bob Ricketts*, Hyung Kim. MISS- 
ING: Karen Vacarello, Michael Burstein. Bob Ricketts was also designated to 
the All-State Band. 

;: Jazz Ensemble 



District 
Chorus 




Jaimie Gaudet* and Kathy Wilson 
: A11-State Chorus 



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Christmas 
Concert 








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Girls 7 Gymnastics 

This year's Girls' Gymnastics Team, led by co-captains Lynne Scott and 
Linda Rheaume , finished the season with a fine 3-5 record. The tone of the 
season was set in the girls first match when they narrowly defeated Belmont b) 
less than a point . Unfortunately , during the rest of the season the luck went to 
the other team on three separate occasions , for Waltham was the one to lose 
by a small margin . 

The season ended with the League Championships in which Waltham placed 
sixth . Lynne Scott was outstanding in the balance beam competition with a 
third place finish. She placed fifth in all-round competition. Linda Rheaume 
also did well by placing eighth in the vaulting competition . 

Waltham may look forward to another excellent gymnastics team next year 
with the return of all but two members of this year's team. 



ROW I: Coach Maiialana Georges, Dotty Pappas, Tina Mir- 
abile, Kim Foskin, Asst. Coach Larry White. ROW II: Che- 
ryl Goodrich , Wendy Auccin , Nina Attardo , Theresa Rhe- 
aume, Genenne Walsh. ROW III: Co-captains Lynne Scott 
and Linda Rheaume. ABSENT: Bonnie Oulette. 




Alright , Alright , Alright ! . . . And when we get behind 
closed doors . . . Stick it . . . Drive ! . . . Jungle Rot 
Look who's up in the window again . . . Wrestlers? ! . . 
Where's Ernie? . . . Team Talk! 




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Quincy 


49.25 


Waltham 73.75 


Brookline 


74.65 




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Swimming 





This year's Waltham High Swim Team compiled a 4-5 record. With a team of eleven swimmers, Walt- 
ham was against much larger teams. Despite this handicap, Waltham finished fourth in a tough Suburban 
League. During the season, the following records were broken: Curt O'Hara, a junior, broke the record in 
the 500 yard Freestyle, Charlie O'Brien, a sophomore, broke the record in the 100 yard Breastroke, and 
the relay team of Dan Anthony, Charlie O'Brien, Curt O'Hara and Jon Meliones, broke the 200 yard med- 
ley relay record. Seniors Sean McGuillicuty and Brian Doyle were also important point winners. With the 
return of Co-captains Biff O'Hara and Dan Anthony, Coach Donahue has high hopes for next season. 



Coach Peter Donahue 
Captain Jon Meliones 




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On the evenings of March 26 , 
29, and 31, the W.H.S. Concert 
Choir , under the direction of Mr . 
Peter Kennedy , and the W.H.S. 
Band, under the direction of Mr. 
Thomas Ferante , staged the pro- 
duction of ' ' Celebration , " a 
musical tribute of America. 

The show , in honor of the 
Bicentennial , was comprised of 
American folk songs , patriotic 
music, humorous tunes , and jazz 
pieces. Also included were cre- 
ative dances choreographed by 
Ms . Karen Demauro and Ms . Jodi 
Mangini . 

"Celebration" provided an 
evening of entertainment and 
enjoyment for all . 








Hockey 



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FIRST ROW: Leda Babin, Chiis Moynilan, Kate McQuad, Sue James. SECOND ROW: Tom Ledger, Paul Daigle, Brian McPherson, Bob O' Brian, Tim Kelly, 
Lester McKenzie, Steve Daigle, Bob Cusick, Mike McNamara. THIRD ROW: Coach Doyle, Joe Dudek, Chuck Surrette, Tom Mclnnis, Preston Boudreau, 
Dick Collins, Steve Clark, Tom Alarand, Tom Doudy, John McGuire, Coach Yetten. 






The Hockey Season ended with a fairly successful record for 
first year head coach Peter Yetten and his players . The team , 
led by Captain Bob O'Brien, turned the trick six times with big 
wins over arch-rival Newton and a powerful Weymouth South 
sextet. Although handicapped by inexperience, they manpged 
to skillfully compete in a strong Suburban League . 

Coach Yetten sees a brighter future for Waltham Hockey , as 
he welcomes a host of talented underclassmen to his next year's 
squad . 





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Losses 8 

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Stoughton 

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North 
Lowell 
Newton 

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Brockton 
Ringe Tech 
Quincy 

Cambridge Latin 
Norwood 

Framingham North 
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36 
18 

50 
15 




32 
11 
11 
9 
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23 
17 



ROW I: Al Manokian, Wilson Bonilla , Brian Hurley, Gregg Schoener, Ronald Thibodeau, Tony 
Lombardo, Sal Barba, Al Texiera, Bob Calnan, John Mallin, Bruce Carr, Mario Martin, John Lus- 
kin, Coach Phil Riccio. ROW II: Coach John Passarini, Kevin Pratt - manager, Steve Sjostedt, 
Dave Pidgeon , Pete Burke , Bob Arsenault , Pierre Martin , Mike Dieso , Mike Higgins , George Mar- 
tin , Paul Brady , Mike Attardo , Sal Distetano , Ken Kaloostian , Coach Nick Mirabile . 




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"The most rewarding dual meet season in the history of Waltham 
Wrestling" is the way Coach Passarini describes the 1975-76 wrestling 
season . 

The bicentennial wrestling campaign earned thirteen victories and a 
share of the Suburban League Championship. The team's "most valua- 
ble" wrestler was John Mallin. The teams "most outstanding" wres- 
tler was junior Gregg Schoener. Both of these athletes broke Fred 
Smerlas' team point record of eight points. 

Stunning upset victories over Newton North , Defending New England 
Champ Lowell , and Bay State Champ Framingham North highlighted 
the season . 

All Suburban League honors were earned by five Waltham wrestlers . 
The "One Two Punch" of Gregg Schoener and Tony Lombardo. Al 
Texiera and Co-Capt. Bruce Carr held first team position, and Co- 
Capt . John Mallin earned second team . John was also a District 
Champion. 

With nine of the twelve starters returning the future of Waltham 
wrestling looks bright . 









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This year's Girls* Basketball Team 
experienced not only moments of happi- 
ness, but also moments .of frustration. 
After a slow start , losing 4 of their first 6 , 
the girls came on to win 3 in a row . The 
second half of the season was highlighted 
by the excellent game with Brockton and 
the near upset of undefeated Cambridge 
Latin. The scoring talents of co-captains 
Marianne Corbett (133 pts.) and Paula 
Allia (116 pts.) backed by a strong 
defense was the key to the team's suc- 
cess . The Varsity and Junior Varsity 
teams finished the season with the mis- 
leading records of 7-9 and 8-8, respec- 
tively . This is not the end , but only the 
beginning for girl's basketball, thanks to 
Mr. Connors who has started a whole new 
program for girls at Waltham High. 




VARSITY 
FRONT ROW: Co-captain Paula Allia, Coach Robert Connors, Co-captain Marianne Corbett. BACK ROW: 
Jane Olivo, Debbie Aucoin, Elaine Rancatore, Carol Latorre, Cindy Kiley, Wendy Mullett, Patricia Car- 
ney , Yvette Daigle , Kathy Corliss , Laraine Bogosian . 




Steps! . . . Run the*** offense ! . . . Oh Darling . . . It wasn't my foul . . . We lost it at the foul line 
. . . Oh no, look who's reffing! . . . Please no suicides ! . . . Drive to the basket . . . Announcing a 
new member on the team "Stacy Lee Connors" . . . Which way are we going? . . .Rebound! . . . 
You're gonna do it my way from now on . . . They're so big! . . . Practice in the blizzards . . . B. 
Ball . . . C . C . . . .We got to do it . . . We almost beat them . 



JUNIOR VARSITY 
FRONT ROW: Sandy Hynes, Margaret Rooney, Nancy Corcoran, Co-captain Carol Baxter, Jacki 
Bauer, Maryanne McNamara, Lillian Aviles, Charlotte Cristofori. BACK ROW: Joyce Brockway, Sue 
Keijzo, Gerri Oriffice, Jackie Forster, Sandra Aldred, Patty Nix, Cindy Priest, Judy Bannister, Coach 
Chris Molonea . 



Losses -9 




VARSITY RECORD 
Wins- 7 
Quincy 
North Quincy 
Brookline 
Brockton 
Cambridge Latin 
Weymouth North 
Weymouth South 
Newton 
Quincy 
North Quincy 
Brooklir.e 
Brockton 
Cambridge Latin 
Weymouth North 
Weymouth South 
I .Newton 




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Ski Team 





This year's season was a great success. 
Steve Ohnemus and Beth Shinnick were cho- 
sen as the team's M . V . P . 's . Beth Shinnick 
won the Skier's Master Trophy for being the 
league's number one female skier on the 
basis of her three first place finish and one 
second place . 

Howie's Dentyne Awards . . . Laugh it up 
Funnyboy! . . . "Co-Cap" . . . Caldo- 
na's Atomic World Cup . . . Fiori . . . 
June , you missed the last gate ! . . . John , 
without your poles this time . . . Bobby , 
how's your wrist? . . . cross-country 
tomorrow , guys ! . . . Thank God , the 
cross-country race was rained out! . . . 
C'mon Bob, put your Harts in it! . . . 
Coach . . . Sharkie , quit jumping and 
come and practice ! 





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MASS BAY STA: 
SKI LEAGUE CHAMPS 
2nd Consecutive Year 



1 loss 



Record 
11 wins 

Coach 
«Jg Howard MacLeave 

Co- Captains 
Steve Ohnemus 
Lisa Bourgeois 







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ROW I: Janet Doherty, Barbara Cail, Karen Trimble, June Mouradjian, Vicki Rizzo, John Battalino, Bob Gillen, Chris 
Joliet. ROW II: Coach Howard MacLeave, Sue Trimble, Beth Shinnick, Chris Hays, Tim Sharky, Frank Shea, Ted Ohne- 
mus, Jim Callahan, Bob Baxter, Co-Capt. Lisa Bourgeois, Co-Capt. Steve Ohnemus. MISSING: Maureen Shelley. 








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On March 7 , the W . H . S . Chorus 
performed Vivaldi's "Gloria." The 
Boy's and Girl's Glee Clubs as well as 
the Concert Choir , also performed 
selections from "Frostianna," a series 
of poems by Robert Frost . 

An all day rehearsal and a dance 
preceded the concert which began at 
8:00. Several professional musicians 
accompanied the chorus in its success- 
ful rendition of "Gloria . ' ' 




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Basketball Cheerleaders 




Robin Bisson , Jill Brooks , Stephanie Salvucci , Debbie Giusti , 
Susan Martin, Co-Capt. Rhonda Gudewich, AnneBrophy, Co 
Capt. Kathy Mirabile. 




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Come on Lou, make it two! . . . », j^... 
died on my face . . . That was the pits 
Wm£ . Can the laugh Debbie . . . Yeah Joe 
Carle . . . Hello Patriots . How do you do ! 
, . .No talking on the bus . . . Stephanie 
and Ladies . . . Forget the cartwheels 
. . . Yup Yup Yup . . . Wanna get lucky? 
. . . Get me out of here ! 




Football Banquet 




Basketball Banquet 




Senior- 
Underclassmen 
Basketball Game 




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Sr. Faculty Hockey 




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Hockey 
Cheerleaders 

Pass the cheez-its ... No tip for the nip . . . 
Phone call for Dickie ! . . . eeh-naa! . . . 
Baby Team Baby . . .Go McSqueezer ... Do 
it Do it, Alright! . . . Who are you trying to 
imPRESS? . . . PARTY . . . "Benchies" . . . 
It's SO hot in here . . . Scenery to the left , girls 
. . . The ref beats his wife . . . tch . . . 
Hagether . . . Anna Banana ... I don't like 
that cheer! . . . AnNUNciate . . . Let's do the 
2nd line-up! 




Linda Larrabee, Kathy Bryson, Co-Capt. Janice Stanton, Judy Ohnemus, 
Kathy Ohnemus, Nancy Mula, Ann Kane, Co-Capt. Mary Shea, Susan 
Maher, Karen Vincuilla . MISSING: (Advisor Nancy McGuire) . 






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BACK ROW #« ! 

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Coach Joe Siano 




Bob Byra 
Vin Beaudoiii, 
Mark Eagan 
ohn Harrington 
Assistant Coach Don Dunlop 




RONT ROW 

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Captain Terry Warren 




Mike Cormier 
Mike Kelly 
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RECORD 



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2 Losses 




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Chamonix, France 
February 13-22 

On February 13 , 1976 a group of 35 students with 
faculty advisor, Mr. James McDonnell, left Boston 
for an eight day ski spree in Chamonix , France . Two 
feet of fresh powder greeted the group on their 
arrival in Chamonix and made for excellent skiing 
through the entire week . This was the third annual 
European Ski Spree for Waltham High. The first was 
Innsbruck , Austria and the second was Cervinia , 
Italy. Plans for next year's trip are Zell Am See, 
Austria , Borneo , Italy or Colorado . 





Who left the key in the front door? . . . Why did 
Johnny Rogal buy those horns? ... I ain't paying for the 
donuts ... I have to go to the bathroom . . . Someone 
turn on the lights in 38 . . .1 forgot my pass . . .It's 
saved for Beth, who else . . . Two bit bar . . . The 
Bedford Girls . . . Red the Miser . . . Bionic Mele . . . 
Johnny Rogal ... I got it all on film . . . Try and learn 
her name , she will try and learn yours . . . The Boston 
Bump . . . We're telling on the two of you ... I miss 
my hat . . . Does anyone else use the showers? . . . 
Don't touch me . . . Give us loners a chance . . . 
Burnsy for onesy . . . Bum washers . . . Salami breath 
... I want your boots . . . Machine Gun Jodi ... I 
hate poma lifts . . . Where is the hotel? . . . Jackie 
Blue. 




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On March 12-14 the ski club, chaperoned by 
Mr. and Mrs. James McDonnell, held its second 
annual weekend trip to Montreal . The group 
stayed and skied at Mount Sutton in Quebec . The 
first day was rainy but was saved by a trip to the 
city of Montreal to see the Boston Bruins play 
against the Montreal Canadians at the Forum. 
The ski conditions were excellent by the second 
day , and plans have been made for a similar trip 
next year. 





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KENNETH R. HARVEY 
109 Stow St. 




CHARLES R. HAYES 
83 Oak St. 




JEAN HIGGINS 
17 Jennings Rd . 






MARKS. HARVEY 
22 Manning Rd . 



ELIZABETH HILL 
102HobbsRd. 



SUSAN HARVEY 
41 Banks St. 





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22Townsend St. 





BRENDALEE HEVESIAN 
17 Warwick Ave . 




JULIE HIGGINS 
17 Jennings Rd . 





MICHAEL A. HILL 
80 Pine Hill Cir. 



JOSEPH H. HINGEY 
124 Pine St. 



WILLIAMS. HOBSON 
34 Brigham Rd . 




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35 Cherry St. 




CHARLES J. HOPKINS 
22A Washington Ave . 




JAMES H. HORRIGAN 
197 Chestnut St. 






BERNICEF. HOFFMAN 
35 Cherry St. 



FRANCIS HOGAN 
130 College Farm 




SUSAN M. HUFF 
56 Boynton St. 





ROBERT A. HUMPHREYS 
86 Copeland St. 



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152 Willow St. 




ELIZABETH HOLLAND 
14 Hays Rd. 




FREDERICK HORAN 
125 Hammond St. 




CHERYLL HOWARD 
41 Kingston Rd . 




PHILIP HURLEY 
13 Sterling Rd . 



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14 Murray St . 




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38C Dermody Rd . 



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154 Rose Hill Way 







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82 Alden St. 



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470 Lexington St. 






GARY IMHOFF 
393 Newton St. 




SHERRY F. INGERSOLL 
590 Moody St. 




NORMAN JAILLET 
48 Cabot St. 




144 WILLIAM JARRETT 
30 Edwin Rd . 



DONALD JENKINS 
123 Hardy Pond Rd. 



DANIEL JENSEN 
1901 Stearns Hill Rd. 



DEBRA JOHANSEN 
227 Bacon St. 





DAVID D. JOHNSON 
124 Forest St. 



RUSSELL A. JOHNSON 
1106TrapeloRd. 





BARBARA F. JONES 
55 Brightwood Rd . 



KIMBERLY JONES 
148 Lakeview Ave . 




MICHAEL JOYCE 
51 Edwin Rd. 





SVENE. JOHNSON 
188 Brown St. 



PAUL JOYAL 
26 Douglas Rd. 



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JOAN A. KALOOSTIAN 
15 Temple Rd. 




STEPHANIE JOLIAT 
59 Montclair Ave . 





FRANCIS J. JOYCE 
152 Main St. 





ROBERT A. KAITZ 
45 Banbury Ave . 




ANN KANE 
66 Hatherly Rd . 



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51 Fiske St. 



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32 Elmwood Ave . 



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31 Cedar Hill La. 





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110 CandlewoodRd. 




MICHAEL G. KEEGAN 
50 Livingstone La . 




RICHARD T. KELLEY 
14 Arberdeen Ave . 






WILLIAM F. KEANEY 
22 Lowell St. 




DEBRA KIERSTEAD 
24E Prospect Hill La. 



EDWARD KEEFE 
141 PlymptonSt. 




MICHAEL KELLEY 
124 School St. 



146 JUDITH KENNY 
49 Cedar St. 



JUDITH KERSHAW 
24 Banks St. 







CHARLES J. KNOX 
166 Berkley St. 



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129 Midland Dr. 









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18 Sparkhill St. 




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399 Newton St. 




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232 Mokema Ave . 





RICHARD A. KILMAIN 
392 Forest St. 




JUDITH A. KING 
20 Lowell St. 




CAROLYN E. LANDRY 
796 Beaver St. 




5COTTE. LANDRY 
125 Virginia Rd . 



STEPHEN J. LANDRY 
318 Lake St. 



SUSAN M. LANGILL 
46 Midland Dr. 



ROBERT P. LANGLEY 
84 Jennings Rd . 



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LYNDA LARRABEE 
60 Calvary St. 





JILLS. LASHWAY 
588 Lexington St. 




W. THOMAS LAV ASH 
249 Dale St. 



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119 Greenwood La . 






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30 Manor Rd. 




ROBERT J. LA VINA 
42 Pine Vale Rd. 




FRANCIS G. LAWTON 
17 Berkshire Rd. 



CHERYL LAZARO 
56 Juniper Hill Rd. 



JOSEPH C. LAZARO 
31 Murray St. 




JAMES P. LEAHY 
223 Dale St. 




DIANE P. LeBLANC 
55 Berkley St. 




MARK LeBLANC 
18 Hagai St. 



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51 Florence Rd. 





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50 Worcester La . 



CAROL A. LeBLANC 
20 Farnsworth Ave . 




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157 Lowell St. 




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101V2 Prospect St . 




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16 Gormans Ct . 







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111 Florence Rd. 




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49 Alder St. 



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126 Princeton Ave. 



REIDJ. LEONARD 
49 Chestnut St. 





SUSAN M. LeBLANC 
30 CarletonRd. 



THOMAS J. LEGER 
71 Lexington St. 










MERRIAN LEIGHTON 
20 Calvary St. 




JULIE A. LEMONT 
30HillcrestRd. 




JEAN LEAVY 
45 Banks St. 



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130 South St. 



LAURIE A. LINDSAY 
29 Kingston Rd . 



KATHLEEN LIVERMORE 
17 Thornton Rd. 




THOMAS M. LOGAN 
68 Temple Rd. 




ANNETTE M. LOMBARDO 
361 Lincoln St. 




JOHN J. LOUGHLIN 
70 Longfellow Rd. 




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72 Francis St. 



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30 Jennings Rd. 



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17 Gale St . 







JANEE. LOUGHLIN 
70 Longfellow Rd. 




CAROL A. LUKOSUS 
7 Cliff Rd. 




CATHERINE LUNDERVILLE 
244 School St. 




JOAN LYNCH 
30 Willow St. 



MICHAEL LYONS 
84 Howard St. 



VIRGINIA MacDONALD 
58 Edwin Rd . 



DEBRA MacKENZIE 
7 Milo St. 



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GARYF. MacKENZIE 
106 Shirley Rd. 




LESTER MacKENZIE 
20 Shade St. 




RICHARD M. MADAGLIA 
112 Seminole Ave. 




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1105 Lexington St . 





JOSEPH M. MAFFEI 
664 Trapelo Rd . 




ROBERT E. MAGANE 
105 Gregory St. 






KATHYJ. MacKENZIE 
7MiloSt. 




KENNETH MacNEIL 
27 Baldwin Rd. 




THOMAS O. MAHR 
230 Florence Rd. 




JOHN J. MALLIN 
22 Lyman Ter. 



CAROL MALMGREN 
224 Dale St. 



JOHN P. MALONEY 
30 Summit St. 




JOHN MANDILE 
67 Ellison Pk. 




ROBBIN T . MANNING 
16 Grant PI. 




PAULINE MARCANTONIO 
58 School Ave . 





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142 Charles St. 



ROBERT P. MANTEY 
69 Princeton Ave . 







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16 Goldencrest Ave. 





CHARLES B. MANSFIELD 
12 CrestviewRd. 





DIANNE MANLEY 
27 Melody La. 




KRISTINE MARCANTONIO 
58 School Ave . 




JUDITH MARCHAND 
88 Shirley Rd. 




DOUGLAS N. MARCOU 
40 Beaverbrook Rd . 



GEORGE A. MARTIN 
11 Appleton St. 



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SUSAN M. MARTIN 
64 Berkley St. 




DONNA M. MATTESON 
79 Chester La . 




PATRICIA McALEER 
7 Marguerite Ave . 





DIANE MASCIOVECCHIO 
25 Coolidge Ave . 




JENA MATTONE 
15 Shawmut Rd . 




ANN MARIE MCCARTHY 
60 Lake view Rd . 






SANDRA MASON 
10 Everett St. 



ROBERTA A. MASULTA 
97 Hawthorne Rd. 





THOMAS M. MAZZARINI 
147 Russell St. 



JAMES J. MAZZEO 
4 James St. 




154 CALLAGHAN MCCARTHY 
111 Greer St. 



william McCarthy 

23 Centre St. 





BARBARA A. McENANEY 
41 Dartmouth St. 





SEAN McGILLICUDY 
74MayallRd. 





SCOTT D. McCULLOUGH 
34 WheelockRd. 




Patricia Mcdonald 

50 Highland St. 




MICHAEL K. McGILVRAY 
34 Cheryl La. 





MARY JANE McDONALD 
39 Melody La . 




KAREN E. McELLIN 
21 High Rock Cir. 




ANN MARIE McGOVERN 
51 Farwell St. 




SUSAN McGUIGAN 
27 Claremont St. 



JAMES McHUGH 
118 Montclair Ave . 



KAREN L. McHUGH 
118 Montclair Ave. 



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286 Lake St. 



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27 Berkley St. 




Robert b. Mcpherson 

76 Milton St. 



KATHLEEN McQUAID 
76 Oak St. 






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62 Cabot St. 



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ROBERTA. McMAHON 
142 Virginia Rd. 





DIANE MELANSON 
267 College Farm Rd. 





156 HAROLD J. MELANSON 
577 Beaver St. 



MARY ANNE MELANSON 
23 Wadsworth Ave . 



JONN. MELIONES 
173 Ravenswood Rd . 



PATRICE C. MELLO 
73 Mountain Rd. 




KATHERINE MEYLER 
24 Brewster Rd. 




KATHLEEN MIRABILE 
26 Windsor Ter. 




CAROLINE MOORE 
74 Bowdoin Ave . 







DOUGLAS E. MILINAZZO 
116 College Farm Rd . 



NANCY J. MILLER 
33 Addison Rd. 



SUSAN P. MILLIAN 
16 Allen Rd. 






LINDA R. MOBILIA 
100 Summit St. 



FRANK MOLA 
8 Martyn St . 



MICHAEL MOONEY 
78 Lyman St. 





JAMES MORAN 
49ElleryRd. 



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MICHAEL F. MORIN 
40 Midland Dr. 



ANNE MARIE MOSCA 
96 Fuller St. 



NANCY D. MULA 
247 Hardy Pond Rd . 






DIANE M. MORREALE 
15 Endicott St. 



KATHY E. MORROW 
82 Midland Dr. 








158 SHARON MULLANEY 
32 Pleasant St. 



BRIAN MULVANEY 
288 Beal Rd. 



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BRIAN R. MUNROE 
84RobbinsSt. 




DEBORAH MORTENSEN 
34H Hansen Rd. 




CAROL A. MOULTON 
38 Albemarle Rd. 




SALVATORE MULA 
74 Winter St. 




DONNA L. MURPHY 
4 Whittier Ave . 




JAMES R. MURPHY 
82 Hawthorne Rd . 




CATHERINE NALLY 
59 Ash St. 




CHARLES S. NAMIAS 
9 Drury La . 





MARY JO MURPHY 
81 Hawthorne Rd . 





JEAN MURRAY 
117 Princeton Ave . 



ROBERT F. MYSHRALL 
23 Chester La . 





DOUGLAS W. NALLY 
12 Waverley Oak Rd . 




CAROL A . NASCO 
30 Central St. 






JOHNF. NESHE 
14 Elmwood Ave . 



CYNTHIA NICHOLS 
51 Chester Lane 



DOUGLAS F. NIX 
155 Myrtle St. 



MARIA NOCELLA 
34 Willow St. 



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JAMES NOCERA 
45 Azalea Rd . 




STEPHEN F. OATES 
150 Chaffee Ave . 




ROBERT W. O'BRIEN 
14 Lyman Ter. 






CHERYL M. O'CONNELL 
81 Virginia Rd. 






MICHAEL L. O'CONNELL 
65 Farnum Rd . 





MICHAEL NOONE 
12 Waverley St. 




JOHN M. O'BRIEN 
63RockridgeRd. 




RICHARD G. O'CONNELL 
178 Copeland St. 




160 DEBORAH O'DETTE 
19 Hartwell St. 



JANET E. O'DONOGHUE 
101 Berkley St. 



MARY L. O'HEARN 
38 Autumn La . 



KATHLEEN OHNEMUS 
30 Greenwood La. 




STEPHEN OHNEMUS 
31 Woodlawn Ave . 




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60 CrestviewRd. 




CATHERINE O'REILLY 
119 College Farm Rd. 





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16 Banks St. 



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11 Arcadia Ave. 





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45 Kendall Pk. 



JUDITH O'MARA 
26 Waverly OaksRd. 





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47 Bennett St . 




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21 WoburnSt. 




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ROW I: Elizabeth Shinnick, Barbara Fournier, Rhonda Gudewich; Co-Capt. , Nancy 
Huff; Co-Capt. , Jacqui Bauer, Lucy Chen. ROW II: Susan Huff, Gretchen Cameron, 
Christine Hays, Coach Isabel Allan, Patricia Peterson, Kelley Roche. 




Hold it a bike is coming ! . . . Brownies 
. . . Brockton Sunburns . . . Could I 
please take that one over? . . . Everyone 
switch buses . . . We're too good for Long- 
wood . . . All aboard ! . . . Ace . . . 
Switching partners?? . . . And the rains 
came ... No family arguments . . . 
Keep your racket up! . . . Super Sopho- 
more . . . Get your warm-ups off ! 




Girls' 
Tennis 



This year may be classified as a 
building year for the Girls' Tennis 
team . Even though the girls only won 
two of eleven matches , valuable 
experience was gained by the younger 
members of the team . Most people 
with a knowledge of tennis realize that 
success comes with experience . It is 
for this reason that next year's team is 
sure to have a fine season . 






RECORD 






Wins 2 


Losses 9 




Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 


1 

3 



1 


Cambridge 
Quincy 
North Quincy 
Weymouth North 
Weymouth South 
Brookline 


4 
2 
3 
5 
5 
4 


Waltham 





Brockton 


5 


Waltham 


1 


Newton 


4 


Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 


4 
1 
1 


Quincy 

Weymouth North 
Weymouth South 


1 

4 
4 



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Boys' Tennis Team 




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KNEELING: Franco Davoli, Captain John Generoso, Tony Scioli. STANDING: 
Gene Boeglin , Tim Goode , Bob Kaitz , Rich Dube , Coach Mike Rose . 




The Tennis Team completed a very suc- 
cessful season this year . The team was 
invited to the Massachusetts State Tourna- 
ment where they were defeated by a strong 
Wellesley team . 

Franco Davoli deserves special recogni- 
tion for his successful season . The number 
one single player was extraordinary in all 
varsity matches . He personally led the team 
to a rewarding year . 



RECORD 
WINS - 7 LOSSES - 6 



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Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 
Waltham 



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3 
5 
4 
5 



Cambridge 
Quincy \, 

No. Quincy 
Weymouth No 
Ringe 

Weymouth So 
Brookline 
Brockton 
Newton 
Brookline 
Newton 
Iferockton 
■Weymouth So 



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Baseball — Suburban League Co-Champs 




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Softball 




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Varsity 
ROW I: Jane Olivo, Laraine Bogosian, Carol Latorre, Lynne Campana, Kathy Cor- 
liss, Maryanne McNamara. ROW II: Barbie La wton , Deborah Hurley , Co-Captain 
Paula Allia, Co -Captain Debra Aucoin, Elaine Rancatore, Carol Baxter, Coach 
Nina Scavenski . 




Junior Varsity 
ROW I: Pamela Penton, Susan Kiejzo, Jacqueline Forster, Yvette Daigle, Charlotte 
Cristofori. ROW II: Patricia Nix, Bernice Doucette, Janet Doherty, Karen Marston, 
Mary Lyons , Coach Christine Molonea . 




Girls' Softball has always been success- 
ful at Waltham High School and this year 
was no exception . The Varsity team 
posted a 12-5 record while the Junior 
Varsity finished the season with a 12-4 
record . One game too many in the loss 
column made the Varsity girls ineligible 
to participate in the State Tournament . 

Like past years , this year's teams did 
not revolve around a few talented play- 
ers. The girls' success may be attributed 
to the teamwork which developed as a 
result of the equal contributions from 
every member . This teamwork , along 
with the success which accompanies it , is 
sure to be seen in two more fine Girls' 
Softball teams next year . 





RECORD 






Wins 12 


Losses 5 




Waltham 


^» 9 


Brockton 




Waltham 


7 


Newton 


2 


Waltham 





Cambridge 


7 


Waltham 


7 


Quincy 


2 


Waltham 


17 


North Quincy 


2 


Waltham 


13 


Weyaaputh North 1 




Waltham 


4 


Weymouth South 




Waltham 


10 


Brookline At 





Waltham 


2 


Newton S» 


5 


Waltham 


12 


Brockton 


5 


Waltham 


3 


Cambridge Wj 


24 


Waltham 


8 


Quincy w § 


10 


Waltham 


14 


North Quincy 


5 


Waltham 


23 


Acton -Boxboro 


2 


Waltham 


13 


Weymouth South 


5 


Waltham 


7 


Brookline I 


4 


Waltham 


13 


Weymouth North 


5 



Ber ner ner ner . . .You Birds 
. . . CC . . . Helen Keller . . 
Bunt down the line ! . . . Did I do 
it right? Huh? ... No Jane , only 
one runner on a base ! . . . Slick 
can you find a uniform that fits? 
. . . If I do anything with the right 
side of my body that means bunt 
. . . Bogo , is there any position 
you can't play? . . . Alright Deb- 
bie what do you have to complain 
about today? . . . Debbie's grad 
party . . . P . J . 's knee barely 
made it through the season . . 
C.B.'s finger . . . It's only the 3r 
to 1st play . . . You know it . 
Take a seat . 






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177 




ROW I: Don Place, Jim Graziosi, Brian Quirk, Bob Langley, John O' Toole, Jim Nocera, Ray 
Russo, Scott Coleman, Bill Hart, Joe Ottaviano, Mike Gaudet, Paul Scafidi. ROW II: Steve 
Algeri, Steve O'Neil, Tom Lorette, Del Gokey, Joe Loynd, Dave Valdanbrini, Coach Ray 
Yetten . 



Baseball 
Team 

The 1976 Baseball season 
proved to be a great success 
when at its close the team had 
achieved the title of Suburban 
League Co -Champs. They 
entered the Tournament 
against a tough team from 
Maiden , and were only nar- 
rowly defeated by a score of 
3-2. 

Outstanding contributions 
from seniors Mike Gaudet and 
Billy Hart and junior Dave 
Valdanbrini earned players 
positions on the All -Star 
Team. 

Despite pre -season fears, 
the team finished with a win- 
ning season thanks to the hard 
work and efforts of the players 
and their coaches . 










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Wins 16 


Losses 5 




Waltham 


2 


Framingham 




Waltham 


7 


Natick 


5 


Waltham 





Newton 


5 


Waltham 


5 


No. Quincy 


4 


Waltham 


9 


Cambridge Latin 





Waltham 


6 


No. Weymouth 


o 
o 


Waltham 


4 


Rindge Tech 





Waltham 


7 


Weymouth So. 


6 


Waltham i 


6 


Quincy 


2 


Waltham 


4 


Brookline 


3 


Waltham 


3 


Newton 


10 


Waltham 


7 


No. Quincy 


4 


Waltham 


2 


New Britain 





Waltham 


4 


Brockton 


7 


Waltham 


8 


Cambridge Latin 


7 


Waltham 


9 


Weymouth No . 


3 


Waltham 


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Rindge Tech 


3 


Waltham 


4 


Weymouth So. 


3 


Waltham 


3 


Quincy 


1 


Waltham 


2 


Brookline 


1 


Waltham 


8 


Brockton 


4 


Waltham 


2 


Maiden 


3 


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179 



Special Awards — Stage Band 




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SPECIAL CITATIONS AND AWARDS FOR INDIVIDUAL 

PERFORMANCE: 

Northeast District Jazz Competition - 

Bob Ricketts - Outstanding Musicianship 

Kiki Voulgaropoulos - M . V . P . 
University of New Hampshire Jazz Festival - 

Doug Nally - Outstanding Musicianship 
All-State Jazz Competition - 

Russell Johnson - Outstanding Musicianship 

Doug Nally - Outstanding Musicianship 

Bob Ricketts - Outstanding Musicianship 
Berklee Jazz Festival - 

Mark Adams - Outstanding Musicianship 

Doug Nally and Bob Ricketts - Outstanding Musicianship plus a $250 . 00 Scholarship 

to Berklee College of Music 
Louis Armstrong Jazz Award - 

Doug Nally 
John Phillip Sousa Band Award and the Louis Armstrong Jazz Award - 

Russell Johnson 
Arion Award - 

Hyung Kim 
Most Improved Musician - 

Fred Horan 
Orchestra Award - 

Susan Burstein and Hyung Kim 



New England Drama Festival 





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In past years this place in the yearbook was reserved 
for Waltham's achievements in the Mass. Drama Festi- 
val and thanks to Boston College High School four 
Waltham girls had the chance to put it to good use. 
W . H . S . 's not entering the drama festival could not 
keep Waltham completely out. Receiving acting 
awards in the All-State and All Star Cast awards in The 
New England Drama Festival were Jill Lashway , Judi 
Anastasi, Linda Cottone, and Laura LeBlanc. The play, 
"SIN! " was chosen to represent Massachusetts in The 
New England Drama Festival where they were rated 
excellent. Waltham would like to thank B.C. High 
School for giving these girls the chance to enter the fes- 
tival as well as meet some really great people. 






This year during the week of April 
16-23 Waltham High held its fourth 
annual trip to Bermuda . Led by faculty 
advisor, Mr. James McDonnell, the 
group of 120 students arrived on a Fri- 
day morning and stayed at the Bermu- 
diana Hotel . The entire group enjoyed 
good weather , food , and fun . Some of 
the activities available to the students 
in Bermuda were swimming, bike rid- 
ing, tennis, cruises, shopping, cook- 
outs , dances , and night clubbing . The 
week ended with a group party at the 
Zodiac Palace . After a slight delay at 
the airport the following day , the 
group was finally flown back to Walt- 
ham. 





Girls' Track 

Although the team managed only 
one win this year , the season was a 
marked improvement over last 
year's. The talents of the girls were 
best seen at the All Suburban 
League Meet. At this event Mar- 
ianne Corbett finished first in the 
440 , Karen Aldred fifth in the 880 , 
and the relay team placed fourth. 
Marianne Corbett went on to place 
second in the 440 at the Regional 
State Trials and sixth as Waltham's 
first girl competitor in the All- State 
competition . 

The Girls' Track team may look 
forward to next year's season with 
much optimism because its size , 
experience , and talents have all 
increased greatly . 




ROW I: Jane Kelley, Ann Powers, Tri-Captain Patricia Carney, Tri-Captain Marianne Corbett, Elizabeth 
Hill, Lucil D'Angio, Margie Faulstich. ROW II: "Mimi" McBride, Cindy Awiszus, Martina Calnan, 
Mary Caban , Nancy Corcoran , Linda Cetrano , Carol Corcoran , Karen Cincotta , Terry McCarthy . ROW 
III: Sara O'Brien, Joyce Brockway, Cynthia Kiley, Geraldine Orifice, Sandra Aldred, Sandra Hynes, 
Coach Lawrence Enos. MISSING: Tri-Captain Karen Aldred, Linda Barden, Mary Duddy, Lynne Dun- 
brack . 






RECORD 






Wins 1 


Losses 6 




Waltham 


42 


North Quincy 


62 


Waltham 


50 


Cambridge 


59 


Waltham 


24 


Weymouth South 


86 


Waltham 


50 


Newton 


59 


Waltham 


60 


Quincy 


49 


Waltham 


19 


Weymouth North 


90 


Waltham 


18 


Brookline 


91 



Lollipops . . . Do we have to worl 
Let's lie in the sun . . . BB . . . Trench 
There goes the toilet again ... The Relay Col- 
lision . . . Ready! OK! Hi! . . . BH . . . 
Yaafunny . . . Hanging from the goal posts 
. . . 5 in 1 locker . . . The Lost Javelin . . . 
Did you say Beach? B-E-A-C-H??? . . . BM 
... Who stole the mirror? . . . Softball games 
. i . The Water Fight . . . Maybe next time 
. . . Thanks Mr. Enos and Trench . . . 

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Golf Team 



KNEELING: Mike Kelley, Barry Bella. STANDING: Steve Quakers, Jerry Griffin, 
Paul Sutherland , Paul Zubrinski , Jay Doherty , Len DiMaggio , Coach John Krol . 




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Boys' Track 




SITTING: Chris Moran, KenMeliones, Peter Connolly, Gary Tanashian. KNEELING: Chuck Keyes, Ed Hunter, John 
Olney, Mike Burstein, Nick Powers, Victor Parriera , Tom Cronin, Tim Shaw, Ken Samuelian , Fred Bryson , Don Gibbs, 
Ed Finnell, John Meliones. STANDING: Coach Joe Tranchita, Mark Adams, Steve Corcoran , Tony Pacitti , Chuck Smer- 
las, John Adams, Steve De Vincent,' Billy Martin, Barry McPherson, Dave Dankins, Mark LaForest, SteVe Shedd, Ed Cous- 
ineau, Nick Diccacio , Eric Steinburg , Norman Jaillet , Captain Mike Reynolds , Mike Vinci , Doug Olney , John Reagan , 
Coach Lee Gould . 




This year's track team had its most successful season 
in years, concluding with a record of 5-3. It was led by 
a strong group of seniors , including Mike Reynolds , who 
advanced to the New England Finals and placed sixth in 
the hurdles . Coach Lee Gould has hopes that his next 
year's team will follow in the footsteps of the spirited 
and talented members of the '76 team. 




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Award Winners 

BRIAN AUCOIN - The Vocational High School Memorial Award given by the faculty 

MICHELLE ANGELO - The Zonta Club Award for Excellence in Clothing 

THOMAS BANKS - The National School Choral Award in recognition of outstanding ability , achievement and contributions to the 

success of the high school vocal program. 

ANN BOOTH - The Latin Prize - a book donated by the High School Latin Club for excellence in Latin. 

RENE BOUDREAU - The Joseph Gallagher Memorial Award to a Vocational High Senior. 

SUSAN BURSTEIN - The National School Orchestra Association Award in recognition of singular merit and outstanding contrib- 
utions to the success of the school orchestra . 

RICHARD D'ANGIO - The Zonta Club Award for Excellence in Food 

GLENN ECCLES - The Warren King Memorial Gift for a student who plans to major in food technology . 

MARY ENGLISH - The Spanish Prize , for excellence in Spanish - a book donated by the High School Spanish Club 

LISA FINE - The DAR Good Citizenship Certificate 

The Frederick Chopin Piano Award in recognition of outstanding ability and achievement as a pianist as well as for 
contributions to the school music program . 

JUDITH GERO - The Waltham Music Department Award presented in recognition of extraordinary improvement in musical 
achievement resulting from unusual self-sacrifice, dedication and perseverance. 

FREDERICK HORAN - The Waltham Music Department Award presented in recognition of extraordinary improvement in musical 

achievement resulting from unusual self-sacrifice, dedication, and perseverance. 

JAMES D . JENSEN - The Science Award for excellence in Science 

RUSSELL JOHNSON - The German Prize for excellence in German 

HYUNG KIM - The Bausch and Lomb Medal for Excellence in Science 

The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, Lexington -Concord Chapter Junior Fellowship 
Award 

CHARLES KNOX - The Richard Landry Memorial Award 

KATHY MacKENZIE - The French Prize for excellence in French, Betty Crocker Leadership Semi-Finalist 

JAMES MAZZIO - The Waltham Lodge, Sons of Italy Leadership Award 

MARIANNE MELANSON - The National School Choral Award in recognition of outstanding ability , achievement and contributions 

to the success of the high school vocal program 

ANTHONY PACITTI - The Science Award for excellence in Science 

VINCENT PENTA - The Joseph Gallagher Memorial Award to a Vocational High School Senior 

ELAINE RANCATORE - The Italian Prize for excellence in Italian 

DWIGHT ROBERTSON - The J. Chester and Gertrude M. Webb Award to a Vocational High School student 



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PAULA ALLIA 
CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY 
DAVID ARCHDEACON 
BETSY ARNOLD 
MICHAEL ATTARDO 
JAMES BAILLO 
THOMAS BANKS 
BONNIE BECKER 
ROBERT BELKIN 
BARRY BELLA 
PAUL BIONDO 
HEATHER BLAIKLOCK 
EUGENE BOEGLIN 
ANN BOOTH 
ALAN BOWERS 
MARY BOWLER 
KEVIN BRANNELLY 
ANN BROPHY 
KENNETH BROWN 
OSVALDO BURGOS 
SUSAN BURSTEIN 
BEVERLY BYAM 
MARYJANE CALLAHAN 
DONNA CAPPADONA 
JOSEPH CARLE 
PATRICIA CARNEY 
LEE CETRANO 
JOHN CHIASSON 
FUNG CHIN 
DONNA CINCOTTA 
ROBERT COATES 
ODILLE COMEAU 
ALICE CONNORS 
MARY ANN CORBETT 
GLEN CORMIER 
RONALD COTONI 
RAYMOND CRANE 
RAYMOND CUSANO 
BRIAN DELACEY 
DEBORA DENARO 
THOMAS DENNETT 
SUSAN DELONG 
CAROL EDMUNDS 
MARY ENGLISH 
FRANCIS FEENEY 
MARK FERRO 
LISA FINE 
EDMUND FINNELL 
PATRICIA GALVIN 
MAUREEN GARRITY 
DENNIS GAUDET 



Scholarship Winners 

LEONA GAUDET 
JUDITH GERO 
MICHAEL GIORGETTI 
DORIAN GIRARD 
MARY ANN GIROLAMO 
ROBERT GROSS 
RHONDA GUDEWICH 
MARY HAFFEY 
NOUSHIG HAGOPIAN 
CHERYL HANSEN 
WILLIAM HART 
MARK HARVEY 
JULIE HIGGINS 
ELIZABETH HILL 
JOSEPH HINGEY 
FREDERICK HORAN 
CHERYLL HOWARD 
SUSAN HUFF 
TERESE HURLEY 
JAMES DANIEL JENSEN 
RUSSELL JOHNSON 
STEPHANIE JOLIAT 
PAUL JOYAL 
TALINE KAZAZIAN 
JUDITH KEEFE 
RICHARD TIMOTHY KELLEY 
HYUNG KIM 
CHARLES KNOX 
CAROLYN LANDRY 
SCOTT LANDRY 
SUSAN LANGILL 
ROBERT LANGLEY 
LYNDA LARRABEE 
ROBERT LAVINA 
FRANCIS LAWTON 
DIANE LEBLANC 
WILLIAM LELIEVRE 
REID LEONARD 
ANNETTE LOMBARDO 
JOAN LYNCH 
DEBRA MACKENZIE 
KATHLEEN MACKENZIE 
SUSAN MAILLET 
KENNETH MANDILE 
DIANNE MANLEY 
SUSAN MARTIN 
DONNA MATTESON 
THOMAS MAZZARINI 
ANN MARIE MCCARTHY 
MARY JANE McDONALD 
BARBARA McENANEY 



Robert Mcpherson 

KATHLEEN McQUAID 
DOUGLAS MILINAZZO 
WILLIAM MILIOTO 
CAROLINE MOORE 
JAMES MURPHY 
MARY JO MURPHY 
JEAN MURRAY 
DOUGLASS NALLY 
DOUGLAS NIX 
ROBERT O'BRIEN 
RICHARD O'CONNELL 
DEBORAH O'DETTE 
JANET O'DONOGHUE 
STEPHEN OHNEMUS 
RICHARD O* KEEFE 
BERNADETTE O'LOUGHLIN 
JUDITH O'MARA 
LISA PAIGE 

BEATRICE PASSARELLO 
MERRILL PEARSON 
DONALD PLACE 
SUSAN POIRIER 
GREGG PRESCOTT 
ILANA QUIRK 
ELAINE RANCATORE 
PAMELA RAVESI 
MICHAEL REYNOLDS 
RAYMOND RUSSO 
JANIS RYAN 
SUSAN SABETTI 
RENEE SAMUELS 
MERRY SANON 
JOSEPH SANTOLUCITO 
MARK SEGIEN 
DANIEL SHAUGHNESSY 
KEVIN SHEA 
DEAN STANLEY 
PATRICIA STROM 
KIM TANNER 
CATHERINE TEELE 
DIANE TEEVEN 
SUSAN THIDDEMAN 
GARY THURSTON 
STEVEN VANO 
MICHAEL VINCI 
JOHN WALSH 
BARBARA WALTER 
LAWRENCE WHITE 
KATHLEEN WILSON 
PAUL ZUBRINSKI 



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College Attending 



GEOFFREY R. ADAMS - Wentworth Institute 

ROSANNE F, ALLESE - Henry O. Peabody School 

PAULA ALLIA - Boston University 

JUDITH ANASTASI - Lesley College 

MAUREEN ANDERSON - Aquinas Jr. College 

MICHELLE L. ANGELO - Mass Bay 

JANE A . ANTICO - Middlesex 

DAVID ARCHDEACON - University of Mass at 

Boston 

BETSY ARNOLD - Tufts University 

GINA M. ARSENAULT - Art Institute of Boston 

MICHAEL A . ATTARDO - Tufts University 

JAMES BAILLIO - Bentley College 

PHILIP A . BALLO - Bentley College 

THOMAS BANKS - Westfield State 

LINDA BARDEN - Mass Bay 

SAMI BATARSEH - Mass Bay 

CAROL BAXTER - Bentley College 

BRUCE BAZARIAN - Norwich University 

BONNIE BECKER - Brandeis University 

ROBERT BELKIN - Syracuse University 

JOANNE BELL - Cape Cod Community 

BARRY BELLA - Bentley College 

KATHERINE BERGANTINO - Aquinas Jr. College 

CHRISTOPHER BERNARD - Salem State 

STEPHEN BETTINELLI - Bentley College 

JODI BIENSTOCK - Miami Dade Jr. College 

HEATHER BLAIKLOCK - Mt. Ida Jr. College 

EUGENE BOEGLIN - Boston College 

MIGDALIA BONILLA - Chamberlayne Jr. College 

PAULA E. BOSWORTH - Aquinas Jr. College 

LISA BOURGEOIS - University of Mass - Amherst 

ROSE BOURGEOIS - Robert and Richard Beauty 

Academy 

ALAN BOWERS - Northeastern University 

MARY BOWLER - Boston College 

DANIEL E. BOYD - Mass Bay 

MAUREEN BRADY - Fisher Junior College 

KEVIN R. BRANNELLY - Bridgewater State 

College 

ANNE BROPHY - Bentley College 

KENNETH BROWN - Worcester Polytechnic 

Institute 

OSVALDO BURGOS - University of Mass - 

Amherst 

SUSAN BURSTEIN - Brandeis University 

BEVERLY BYAM - Mass Bay 

CYNTHIA A. BYRNE - Boston College 

JULIE R. CALLAHAN - Cape Cod Community 

KATHLEEN A. CALLAHAN - Fitchburg State 

MARYJANE CALLAHAN - Southeastern Mass 

University 

DONNA CAPPADONA - Mass Bay 

MARIE CARAMANIS - Henry O. Peabody 

JOHN J . CARBERRY - Suffolk University 

JAIME A . CARDILLO - College of the Holy Cross 

JOSEPH CARLE - Bentley College 

PATRICIA CARNEY - University of New 

Hampshire 

MICHAEL CASE - Montserrat School of Art 

ROSEMARY CASEY - Fisher Junior College 

PATRICIA CASSIDY - Mass Bay 

SANDRA CELLUCCI - Fashion Institute of 

Technology 



CHRISTINE E. CENTOLA - Boston State College 

LEE CETRANO - Southeastern Mass University 

JOHN CHIASSON - Northeastern University 

FUNG CHIN - University of Mass - Boston 

DONNA CINCOTTA - Mass Bay 

MARY CLAFFEY - Mass Bay 

MAUREEN CLANCY - Mass Bay 

CHARLES D. CLARKE - Middlesex 

ROBERT J. COATES - Colorado State University 

ODILLE COMEAU - Salem State College 

MATTHEW CONDON - Salem State College 

ALICE CONNORS - Boston College 

JOANNE CONTI - Mass Bay 

MARIANNE CORBETT - Bridgewater State 

STEPHEN CORCORAN - Westfield State 

ARNOLD L. CORMIER - Northeastern University 

DEBORAH A . CORMIER - Middlesex 

GLENN CORMIER - Wentworth Institute 

PATRICIA CORMIER - Mass Bay 

JEAN M. COSGROVE - Middlesex 

LINDA COXALL - Aquinas Jr. College 

RAYMOND CRANE - Bentley College 

RAYMOND CUSANO - Eisenhower College 

MARY CUTLER - Aquinas Jr. College 

ANNA CUTTONE - Aquinas Jr. College 

LOUIS DARVIRRIS - Lowell University 

JOSEPH DeANGELO - Mass Bay 

BRIAN DeLACEY - College of the Holy Cross 

STEPHEN P. DeMARCO - Suffolk University 

DEBORAH DENARO - Boston College 

PAUL DINEEN - Franklin Institute 

JAMES J. DOHERTY JR. - Providence College 

DOMINIC DOMINIJANNI - Boston University 

THOMAS DOOLEY - Henry O. Peabody School 

BRIAN DOYLE - Boston University 

MARGARET DUFFEY - Bay Path Jr. College 

SUSAN DELONG - New England College 

GLENN ECCLES - Johnson and Wales College 

STEPHEN ELDRIDGE - Bentley College 

KENNETH ELLIOTT - Framingham State 

ELIZABETH ENGLISH - Lasell Junior College 

MARY ENGLISH - Brandeis University 

PAMELA FALONE - Middlesex 

RAYMOND FANARA - Northeastern University 

FRANCIS FEENEY - Northeastern University 

MARK FERRO - University of Mass - Amherst 

LISA FINE - Cornell University 

EDMUND FINNELL - Alfred University 

JOSEPH FLYNN - An Institute of Boston 

MARY FORKIN - Mass Bay 

JAMES FRECHETTE - University of Mass - 

Amherst 

BRIAN GALLAGHER - Mass Bay 

SUE ELLEN GALLAGHER - Framingham Union 

ANNE GALLANT - Aquinas Jr. College 

PATRICIA GALVIN - Framingham Union 

KATHRYN GARRETT - Westbrook College 

MAUREEN GARRITY - Brandeis University 

JOYCE GARVIN - Holliston Junior College 

DENNIS GAUDET - University of Mass - Boston 

LEONA GAUDET - Northeastern University 

JOHN GENEROSO - University of New Hampshire 

JUDITH GERO - Northeastern University 



THOMAS GIARDINA - Mass Bay 

MICHAEL GIORGETTI - Boston College 

DORIAN GIRARD - Framingham State 

MARY ANN GIROLAMO - Middlesex 

GERALD GIROLAMO - Mass Bay 

DENISE GOGUEN - Mass Bay 

JAMES GRAZIOSI - University of Miami 

MICHAEL GREGORICUS - Bentley College 

DEBORAH GRIECI - Art Institute of Boston 

ROBERT GRIFFIN - Boston State 

PAUL GROSS - Boston College 

ROBERT GROSS - West Point 

RHONDA GUDEWICH - Brandeis University 

MARY HAFFEY - Massasoit Community College 

NOUSHIG HAGOPIAN - Bentley College 

STEPHEN HALSTEAD - Holliston Junior College 

RICHARD HANLON - Mass Bay 

CHERYL HANSEN - St. Elizabeth's Hospital - 

School of Nursing 

JOAN HANTMAN - Brandeis University . 

STEVEN HARRIS - Michigan State University 

MARK HARVEY - St. Anselm's College 

CARLTON HAYES - Butera School of Art 

JULIE HIGGINS - Mass. College of Art 

ELIZABETH HILL - Mass Bay 

JOSEPH H. HINGEY II - Middlesex 

WILLIAM HOBSON - College of the Holy Cross 

FRANCIS HOGAN - Mass Bay 

FREDERICK HORAN - University of Lowell 

CHERYLL HOWARD - Bentley College 

SUSAN HUFF - Framingham State 

TERESE HURLEY - St. Anselm's College 

GARY IMHOFF - Roberts and Richards Beauty 

Academy 

SHERRY INGERSOLL - Northeastern University 

MARY JACKMAN - Lasell Junior College 

ERIC JAHRLING - University of Maine at 

Farmington 

J . DANIEL JENSEN - Columbia University 

DEBRA JOHANSEN - University of Mass - 

Amherst 

RUSSELL JOHNSON - Bowdoin College 

STEPHANIE JOLIAT - Mass Bay 

BARBARA JONES - Laboure Junior College 

PAUL JOYAL - Emerson College 

FRANCIS JOYCE - Boston College 

JOAN KALOOSTIAN - Framingham State College 

ANN KANE - Westfield State College 

TALINE KAZAZ1AN - Mass Bay 

JUDITH KEEFE - Southeastern Massachusetts 

University 

RICHARD T. KELLEY - Boston College 

MICHAEL KELLY - Nichols College 

JUDITH KENNEY - Aquinas Junior College 

RICHARD KILMAIN - Mass Bay 

HYUNG KIM - Harvard College 

CHARLES KNOX - Long Island University 

BETH LAMACCHIA - Middlesex 

CAROLYN LANDRY - Northeastern University 

SCOTT LANDRY - Northeastern University 

SUSAN LANGILL - Pine Manor Junior College 

DENISE LAPENTA - Mass Bay 

LYNDA LARRABEE - University of Mass - Boston 

JILL LASHWAY - Simmons College 



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WILLIAM LAVASH - Southeastern Massachusetts 

University 

ROBERT LAVINA - Brandeis University 

FRANCIS LAWTON - Bentley College 

CHERYL LAZARO - Aquinas Junior College 

JOSEPH LAZARO - Northeastern University 

DAVID LeBLANC - Wentworth Institute 

DIANE LeBLANC - Northeastern University 

KENNETH LeBLANC - Framirngham State 

College 

MARK LeBLANC - Middlesex 

NANETTE LeBLANC - Aquinas Junior College 

NICOLE LeBLANC - Franklin Institute 

REID LEONARD - Brandeis University 

WILLIAM LEWIS - University of Mass - Amherst 

LAURIE LINDSAY - Mass Bay 

THOMAS LOGAN - Stonehill College 

ANNETTE LOMBARDO - St. Joseph's, Windham, 

Maine 

CAROL LUKOSUS - Northeastern University 

JOAN LYNCH - Aquinas Junior College 

DEBRA MacKENZIE - University of Connecticut 

KATHY MacKENZIE - Wesleyan University 

LESTER MacKENZIE - Bentley College 

THOMAS MAHR - College of the Holy Cross 

SUSAN MAILLET - Mass Bay 

JOHN MALLIN - Boston University 

JOHN MALONEY - Mass Bay 

JOHN MANDILE - Johnson and Wales College 

KENNETH MANDILE - Worchester Polytechnic 

Institute 

BEVERLY MANGAN - Mass Bay 

DIANNE MANLEY - University of Mass - Amherst 

ROBIN MANNING - Aquinas Junior College 

CHARLES MANSFIELD - Emerson College 

SUSAN MARTIN - Westfield State College 

SANDRA MASON - Regis College 

DONNA MATTESON - Regis College 

JENA MATTONE - Middlesex 

THOMAS MAZZARINI - Mass Bay 

JAMES MAZZEO - Bentley College 

ANN MARIE MCCARTHY - Aquinas Junior 

College 

WILLIAM MCCARTHY - Mass Bay 

MARY JANE McDONALD - Mass Bay 

BARBARA McENANEY - Boston University 

SEAN McGILLICUDDY - Wentworth Institute 

SUSAN McGUIGAN - Mass Bay 

MICHAEL McLAUGHLIN - Johnson and Wales 

College 

ROBERT McPHERSON - Boston College 

KATHLEEN McQUAID - Boston University 

DIANE MELANSON - Mass Bay 

MARY ANNE MELANSON - Aquinas Junior 

College 

JON MELIONES - Bowdoin College 

KATHERINE MEYLER - Suffolk University 

DOUGLAS MILINAZZO - Northeastern University 

KATHLEEN MIRABILE - University of Mass - 

Amherst 

MICHAEL MOONEY - Mass Bay 

CAROLINE MOORE - Lesley College 

JAMES MORAN - Mass Bay 

MICHAEL MORIN - Northeastern University 

NANCY MULA - Bentley College 



BRIAN MULVANEY - Mass Bay 

JAMES MURPHY - St. Anselm's College 

MARY MURPHY - Salve Regina College 

JEAN MURRAY - Western New England 

DOUGLAS NALLY - Berklee College of Music 

CHARLES NAMIAS - Boston University 

CAROL NASCO - Mass Bay 

JOHN NESHE - Mass Bay 

JAMES NOCERA - Worcester Academy 

STEPHEN OATES - Merrimack College 

ROBERT O'BRIEN - West Point 

CHERYL O'CONNELL - Middlesex 

MICHAEL O'CONNELL - Mass Bay 

RICHARD O'CONNELL - Clark University 

DEBORAH O'DETTE - Northeastern University 

JANET O'DONOGHUE - College of the Holy 

Cross 

KATHLEEN OHNEMUS - Framingham State 

College 

STEPHEN OHNEMUS - Brandeis University 

RICHARD O'KEEFE - University of Mass - 

Amherst 

KIMBERLY OLIVERI -St. Elizabeth's Hospital - 

School of Nursing 

BERNADETTE O'LOUGHLIN - Framingham State 

College 

LINDA OLSON - Middlesex 

PR1SCILLA OLSON - University of Vermont 

JUDITH O'MARA - Windham College 

JOSEPH OTTAVIANO - Bentley College 

JOHN O' TOOLE - Mass Bay 

JANICE OUELLETTE - Mass Bay 

ANTHONY PACITTI - Brown University 

LISA. PAIGE - Harvard - Radcliffe 

LAURA PARELLO - Mass Bay 

JOHN PARISI - Bentley College 

BEATRICE PASSERELLO - Mount Ida Jr. College 

MERRILL PEARSON - University of Mass . - 

Amherst 

DENISE PETERS - Aquinas Jr. College 

BRIAN PETR1E - University of Mass. - Boston 

KAREN PICKETTE - Mass Bay 

DONALD PLACE - Brown University 

SUSAN POIRIER - Northeastern University 

WILLIAM POWER - Northeastern University 

GREGG PRESCOTT - University of New 

Hampshire 

DIANNE PRICE - Mass Bay 

KEVIN PRIESTMAN - Johnson and Wales College 

BRIAN QUIRK - Bentley College 

ILANA QUIRK - Regis College 

DIANE RANDO - Aquinas Jr. College 

LINDA RANDOLPH - Middlesex 

PAMELA RAVESI - Mass Bay 

MICHEAL REYNOLDS - Nichols College 

LINDA RHEAUME - Northeastern University 

JOHN RILEY - University of Mass. - Amherst 

JULIE RIZZO - Northeastern University 

DIANE ROLLER - Mass Bay 

PATRICIA ROSS - Framingham State College 

ROGER RUNDLETT - Franklin Institute 

RAYMOND RUSSO - Brandeis University 

THOMAS RUTLEDGE - Mass. Bay 

BARBARA RYAN - Laboure Junior College 

JANIS RYAN - Boston College 



JOHN SABATINO - University of Mass. - 

Amherst 

SUSAN SABETTI - Boston College 

HEIDI SALTZBERG - North Adams State College 

STEPHANIE SALVUCCI - Regis College 

KENNETH SAMUELIAN - Boston University 

RENEE SAMUELS - Boston University 

MERRY SANON - Northeastern University 

LILLIAN SANTANGELO - Bentley College 

NEIL SANTANIELLO - Boston College 

JOSEPH SANTOLUCITO - Bentley College 

PETER SCAFIDI - Boston Slate College 

LYNNE SCOTT - Bridgewater State College 

MARK SEGIEN - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

MARY SELIG - Northeastern University 

DANIEL SHAUGHNESSY - Salem State College 

TIMOTHY SHAW - University of Arizona 

KEVIN SHEA - Mass. College of Art 

STEPHEN SHEDD - Mass Bay 

MAUREEN SHELLEY - Bridgewater State College 

DIANE SLATTERY - Aquinas Junior College 

EVERETT SMITH - Mass Bay 

CHARLES SPINELL1 - Bentley College 

STEVEN STAFFORD - Wentworth Institute 

DEAN STANLEY - Bentley College 

JANICE STANTON - Fitchburg State College 

ERIC STEINBERG - Salem State College 

PATRICIA STROM - Mount Ida Jr, College 

MAUREEN SULLIVAN - Northeastern University 

KATHLEEN SWENSEN - Leominster Hospital - 

School of Nursing 

EDWARD SZABO JR. - Wentworth Institute 

GARY TANASHIAN - Southeastern Massachusetts 

University 

KIM TANNER - Lasell Junior College 

PATRICIA TARANTO - Bay State Junior College 

MARIE TARJAN - Framingham State College 

NAD1NE TAYLOR - Mass Bay 

CATHERINE TEELE - University of Maine 

DIANE TEEVEN - Aquinas Junior College 

SUSAN THIDEMANN - Holliston Junior College 

GARY THURSTON - Northeastern University 

LAWRENCE TOCCI - Fairleigh- Dickinson 

University 

ELISA TREGLIA - Aquinas Junior College 

JAMES TRUE - Bentley College 

ANN TULLO - Aquinas Junior College 

LAWRENCE VANARIA - Suffolk University 

STEVEN VANO - Mass Bay 

MICHAEL VARTERESIAN - Brandeis University 

ARTHUR VENO - Boston State College 

KAREN VINCENT - Mass Bay 

MICHAEL VINCI - Alfred University 

ISABELLE VINTEJOUX - Regis College 

BARBARA WALTER - Stonehill College 

TERRANCE WARREN - Wentworth Institute 

DEBORAH WESSELL - Mount Ida Jr. College 

LAWRENCE WHITE III - Boston State College 

KATHLEEN WILSON - Brandeis University 

ARLENE Z.ACHER - Burden College 

DOMINIC ZAIA - Bentley College 

RONALD ZAMMUTO - Middlesex 

RONALD ZEYTOONIAN - Wentworth Institute 

PAUL ZUBRINSKI - Northeastern University 






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On June 2 , 1976 , the graduating class held the second annual 
Senior Breakfast at the Hillcrest Hall in Waltham . Certificates 
of merit and appreciation were given to students and teachers 
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Class Day Exercises 



Class Day Queen 
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Special Recognition 
MR. MEADER 



Class Day Exercises were held on 
June 3, 1976 in the Vernon F. Robinson 
Auditorium . 

The "Mirror" Dedications, Special 
and Teacher Recognition Awards , and 
Superlatives were given to deserving 
members of the faculty and class . 

The Class Day Committee per- 
formed skits about an average day at 
Waltham High. 

Kathy Livermore was crowned as the 
Class Day Queen and Al Texiera as 
Class Day King. 





Dedication of the Yearbook 
MR. REGAN and MISS NOLAN 



Master of Ceremonies 
MICHAEL O'CONNELL 




Honorary Senior 
MRS. CAMPBELL 




Queen Kathy Livermore, King Al Texeira, Attendants Nancy Mula and Kathy Poirier 



Yearbook's Editors awarding 
Mirror dedication 



TERRY BLEILER 
Yearbook Photographer 



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VOCATIONAL SUPERLATIVES 

Best Looking - PAUL PRATT 
Best Athlete - CLIFFORD KEIRSTEAD 
Class Genius - JOHN PETTERSON 
Most Likely to Succeed - WILLIAM 

MILIOTO 
Class Wit - BRIAN AUCOIN 
Did Most for Class - JOANNE AVERY 
Most Respected - STANLEY SMITH 
Class Flirt - THOMAS MCCARTHY 
Best All Around - PAUL BIONDO 




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Best Looking 
KATHY LIVERMORE 



Best Dressed 
SANDY CELLUCCI 



Best Dressed 
DOUG MARCOU 

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Best Dancer 
MARY ANNE MELANSON 




Best Musician 
DOUG NALLY 



Best Vocalist 
KATHY WILSON 



Best Vocalist 
TOMMY BANKS 



Best Athlete 
PAULA ALLIA 




Most Likely to Succeed , 
Most Respected LISA PAIGE 



Most Likely to Succeed 
HYUNG KIM 



Most Respected 
MIKE ATTARDO 



Personality Plus 
HEIDI SALTZBERG and LARRY TOCCI 




Best All Around 
MARY ANNE MELANSON 



Best All Around 
LARRY TOCCI 



Most Intelligent 
LISA PAIGE and HYUNG KIM 



Did Most for Class 
BONNIE BECKER and RAY CUSANO 



Graduation Exercises 



Graduation Exercises for the Class of '76 were held 
on June 6 at Leary Field in Waltham . Guest Speaker 
was Avi Nelson, a famous radio and T. V. personal- 
ity . The Mistress of Ceremonies Lisa Paige was Class 
Valedictorian . Student Council President Hyung Kim 
presented the Class Gift to Headmaster E.G. P. Hus- 
son , and Vocational Class President Richard Lyons 
presented the Vocational Gift to Mr . Ernest Viscar- 
ello , Director of Occupational Education . Despite 
the threat of rain , seniors received their diplomas at 
the first-ever Sunday afternoon exercises. 





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Scholarships 




BONNIE BECKER 



ROBERT COATES 



MARIANNE CORBETT 



MARY ENGLISH 




FRANCIS FEENEY 



MARK FERRO 



LISA FINE 



JUDITH GERO 




MARY ANN GIROLAMO 



ROBERT GROSS 



RHONDA GUDEWICH 



JULIE HIGGINS 




FREDERICK HORAN 



RUSSELL JOHNSON 



STEPHANIE JOLIAT 



HYUNG KIM 




WILLIAM MILIOTO 



MARY JO MURPHY 



DOUGLAS NALLY 



DOUGLAS NIX 




RICHARD O'CONNELL 



JANET O'DONOGHUE 



LISA PAIGE 



ILANA QUIRK 




ELAINE RANCATORE 



SUSAN SABETTI 



DEAN STANLEY 



BARBARA WALTER 




JOHN J. O* TOOLE 
118 Thornton Rd. 



LISA PAIGE 
45 Chestnut St. 



LUISA PANDOLFI 
638 TrapeloRd. 





JOSEPH N. OTTAVIANO 
39 Augustus Rd . 



JANICE OUELLETTE 
19 Clements Rd. 










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ANTHONY J. PACITTI 
252 Linden St. 







DEBORAH L. PALUMBO 
92 Potter Rd. 




LAURA J. PARELLO 
1191 Main St. 




2J2JOHNB. PARISI 
47 Woodcliff Dr. 



LINDA J. PARLEE 
30 Oak St. 



SHEILA PARRELLA 
39 Pierce St. 



BEATRICE PASSERELLO 
20 Dexter St. 






MERRILL PEARSON 
81 TrapeloRd. 



RICHARD L. PERKINS 
11 Brookway Ct. 



PAULINE L. PESCE 
608 Stearns Hill Rd . 




BRIAN PETRIE 
209 Brown St. 




DONALD PLACE 
68D Prospect Hill Rd. 




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KATHLEEN POIRIER 

125 Sheffield Rd . 







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ROBERT J. POIRIER 
100 Shirley Rd. 



SUSAN B. POIRIER 
27 Weir Rd . 




DENISE PETERS 
38 WillardSt. 




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KAREN PICKETTE 
43 Shawmut Rd . 




LYNA. PLUMMER 
17 Charlotte Rd. 




STEPHEN F. PORTER 
187 Adams St. 



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VIRGINIA POWDERLY 
69 Plympton St. 




CHERYL A. PRATT 
284 Warren St. 




DIANNEH. PRICE 
21 Berkshire Rd . 






PATRICIA PRIEST 
84 Pond St. 




KEVIN PRIESTMAN 
61 Mountain Rd. 






WILLIAM J. POWER 
11 Stanley Rd. 




GREG PRESCOTT 
670 Lexington St. 




SUZANNE PURCHASE 
12 Wall St. 




214 STEVEN QU ALTERS 
33 Plympton St. 



BRIAN C. QUIRK 
12 College FarmRd. 



ILANAM. QUIRK 
67 Upland Rd. 



ELAINE M. RANCATORE 
40 Wilmot Rd . 




LINDA RANDOLPH 
11 Harding Ave . 







DEBORAH L. RAY 
70 Tiapelo Rd . 




MICHAEL J. REYNOLDS 
239 Grove St. 






DAVID W. RANDO 
151 College Farm Rd. 



DIANE L. RANDO 
24 Rando La . 





DIERDRE READE 
38 Francis St. 



GARYT. REGAN 
30 Tip Top Ter. 




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PAMELA M. RAVESI 
764 Lexington St. 




MICHAEL D. REGAN 
37 Chester Ave . 




ANNE RHEAUME 
54 Gregory St. 




LINDA RHEAUME 
54 Gregory St . 



DEBORA A. RICCI 
164 Warren St. 



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CLAUDE RICHARD 
3 Noonan St . 




JULIE A . RIZZO 
59 Rosewood Dr. 




PAMELA ROCHE 
43 Floyd St. 





ARMEJEAN RICO 
57 Madison Rd . 




CLAUDE ROBICHAUD 
9 Pratt Ave . 




WILLIAM ROCHE 
242 Ash St. 




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JOHN W. RILEY 
54 Shawmut Rd . 




JOYCE ROBICHAUD 
46 Oak St. 




ANN MARIE RITA 
659 TrapeloRd. 




PAULW. ROCHATKA 
20 Montview Ave . 




216 DIANE L. ROLLER 
74 Christopher Rd . 



MARTHA ROONEY 
104 Overland Rd. 






MARILYN RUSSO 
89 Robbins St. 



RAYMOND RUSSO 
35 Weir Rd. 








JANIS RYAN 
83 Lake St. 



JOHN P. RYAN 
12 Hemlock Ter. 





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MARGARET ROSE 
142 Bright St. 




ROGER W. RUNDLETT 
20 OakledgeRd. 




THOMAS J. RUTLEDGE 
1105 Lexington St . 





PATRICIA ROSS 
104 Greer St. 




JOSEPH T. RUSSO 
1 Calvary St. 




BARBARA RYAN 
26 Wyola Prospect 




PATRICIA RYAN 
16 Hagar St. 



THOMAS J. RYBERG 
73 Bacon St. 



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CYNTHIA A. SAINSBURY 
17 Whittier Ave . 



LISA M. SALEM 
88 Howard St. 



HEIDI SALTZBERG 
74 Tudor St. 



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JOHN SABATINO 
263 Calvary St. 




SUSAN SABETTI 
25 Rosewood Dr. 




STEPHANIE SALVUCCI 
4 Valley View Rd. 



KENNETH SAMUELIAN 
18 Valley View Rd. 



RENEE SAMUELS 
102 Parmenter Rd . 



MERRY SANON 
74 Adams St. 




PAUL J. SANTAMARIA 
84 Church St. 





LILLIAN R. SANTANGELO 
194 Barbara Rd. 



NEIL SANTANIELLO 
72 Whitman Rd . 





CHRISTOPHER SAULNIER 
40 Lyman St. 



LISA SAVOY 
196 Charles St. 




PETER SCAFIDI 
40 Dartmouth St . 





LIBERATO SANTIAGO 
57% Walnut St. 



JOSEPH SANTOLUCITO 
34 Fiske Ave . 





JAYNEM. SAWTELLE 
61 Ledge Rd. 



JOSEPH SCAFIDI 
40 Dartmouth St . 





KRISTEN SCHOPEN 
29 Palmer St. 



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LYNNEM. SCOTT 
17HatherlyRd. 



TIMOTHY SHAW 
84 Alder St. 





RICHARD T. SCOTT 
20 Hibiscus Ave . 



MARK A . SEGIEN 
41 Chase Rd. 









DANIEL J. SHAUGHNESSY 
56 Bedford St. 




KEVIN J. SHEA 
187 Hammond St. 




MARY SHEA 
276 Florence Rd . 



STEPHEN SHEDD 
15 Charles St. Ave. 






220 MAUREEN SHELLY 
31 Lincoln Terrace 



KAREN SIDERS 
1306 Stearns Hill Rd. 



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DIANE M. SLATTERY 

58 College Farm Rd. 




DAVID A. SMITH 
35 Wamsutta Ave . 





DEBORAH A. SMITH 
24A Mrytle St. 



DOROTHY J. SMITH 
137 Massasoit St. 




NEILG. SMITH 
472 Lincoln St. 




CYNTHIA M. SODERHOLM 
59 Willow St. 





EVERETT W. SMITH 
185 Adams St. 





MELISSA M. SMITH 
66 Rose Hill Way 





STEVEN SMITH 
164 Russell St. 




CHARLES SPINELLI 
1485 Main St. 





STEVEN STAFFORD 
81 Princeton Ave . 



DEAN W. STANLEY 
97 Circle Dr. 



EDWARD F. STANTON 
243 Hardy Pond Rd. 



JANICE M. STANTON 
294 Warren St. 



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ERICG. STEINBERG 
148 Princeton Ave . 




DEBRA A. STINEHOUR 
15 Irving St. 




JEFFREY C. STOCKI 
31 Graymore Rd . 







PATRICIA STROM 
12 Harvard PI. 



CHERYL A. SULLIVAN 
8 Highland St. 






LAWRENCE STEPHANIS 
8 Woodchester Cir. 




JOYCE L. STIVALA 
49 Lakeview Ave . 




MAUREEN SULLIVAN 
31 Rose Hill Way 




2 22 PAUL R. SUTHERLAND 
712 Beaver St. 



JANET M. SWANTON 
16 Goldencrest Ave . 



MARIA SWEENEY 
21 Circle Dr. 



KATHLEEN SWENSEN 
8 Castle St. 




EDWARD F. SZABO 
65 Woburn St. 




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MARIE E. TARJAN 
55 Copeland St. 




CHARLES P. TERENZIO 
85 Mallard Way 




DONALD R. TERRASI 
390 Newton St. 






GARY V. TANASHIAN 
19 Leitha Dr. 



KIMS. TANNER 
39 Graymore Rd . 



PATRICIA TARANTO 
57 Upland Rd. 






NADINEM. TAYLOR 
100 Longfellow Rd. 



CATHERINE TEELE 
75 Virginia Rd . 



DIANE M. TEEVEN 
53 Trimount Ave . 





ANGELA TERRASI 
56 Summer St . 




ALFRED J. TEXEIRA 
74 Mokema Ave . 



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RONALD J. THIBODEAU 
15 James St , 




LAWRENCE TOCCI 
129 Temple Rd. 




ANNS. TULLO 
7 Oak St. 




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224 MARIA TU 
135 Ellison Pk. 




SUSAN THIDEMANN 
10 Charles St. 



ELISA TREGLIA 
33 Floyd St. 



RICHARD E. TURLICK 
91 Dobbins St. 



PATRICIA UMBRELLO 
1352 Main St. 




GARY A . THURSTON 
1777 TrapeloRd. 





JAMES A. TRUE 
240 Linden St. 






KAREN A. TIANO 
82 Irving St. 




MICHELE TRUMBOUR 
59 Montclair Ave . 









ARTHUR VENO 
71 Grant St. 



KAREN J. VINCENT 
84 Parmenter Rd . 





GARY J. VANDERFORD 
131 Pine St. 




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MICHAEL VARTERESIAN 
64 Mt. WalleyRd. 








MICHAEL D. VINCI 
130 Willow St. 






STEVEN VANO 
70 Mt. WalleyRd. 




JANEM. VASQUEZI 
108FeltonSt. 




ISABELLE VINTEJOUX 
23 Augustus Rd . 



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PAULA VITALE 
190 Dale St. 



DOUGLAS W. WADE 
7E Hansen Rd. 



KAREN A. WALAZEK 
14B Fern St. 



DEBORAH A . WALKER 
263 Worcester La . 



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BARBARA WALTER 
20 Fairmont Ave . 



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THERESA WARD 
138 Brown St. 






TERRANCE WARREN 
30 Dorchester St. 





JEANNE M. WALSH 
19 Neighbors La . 




KATHERINE WALSH 
55 Loretta Rd . 




DEAN J. WAYLAND 
26 Montclair Ave . 




226 KAREN M. WEEKS 
37 Pond St. 



KENNETH WEEKS 
37 Pond St. 



THEODORE WELCH 
16 Cheryl La. 



MARKC. WELLMAN 
1490 TrapeloRd. 




DEBORAH J. WESSELL 
12 Sharon St. 




CAROL A. WHITTINGTON 
1105 Lexington St. 




JUDITH A. WILSON 
230 Beal Rd . 







PAULA J. WEST 
107 PlymptonSt. 



ROBYN WILLIAMS 
46C Prospect Hill Rd. 



LAWRENCE WHITE 
22 Eddy St. 



DEBORAH G. WHITTEN 
151 Crescent St. 






THOMAS D . WILLIAMS 
217 Grove St. 



BRIAN J. WILSON 
12 Tudor St. 




KATHLEEN WILSON 
22 Sanderson Rd . 



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MICHAEL J. YOW 
85 Charles St. 



ARLENED. ZACHER 
34 Tip Top Terrace 



DOMINIC N. ZAIA 
28 Smart St. 






CYNTHIA WINTERKORN 
157 Lake St. 




SUSAN WITHROW 
52R Exchange St. 





STELLA ZAIA 
6 Wampum Ave . 





228 RONALD P. ZUMMUTO 
86 Central St. 



CHRISTINE ZAMPITELLA 
10 Princeton Ave . 



DIANNA ZANCO 
177 River St. 



ANTHONY N. ZARELLA 
34 Woburn St. 




CARMELAL. ZAWADSKI 
65 Montclair Ave. 





RONALD ZEYTOONIAN 
202 Temple Rd. 



PAULE. ZUBRINSKI 
21 Stanley Rd . 



"DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOU'RE GOING TO" 

Do you like the things that life is showing you 

Where are you going to 

Do you know where you're going to 

Do you know 

Do you care what your hoping for 

When you look behind you there's no open doors 

What are you hoping for 

Do you know 

Once we were standing still in time , chasing the 

fantasies that filled our minds 
You knew how I loved you but my spirit was free laughing 

at the questions that you once asked of me 

Now, looking back at all you've had 

We let so many dreams just slip through our hands 

Why must we wait so long before we see , 

How sad the answers to those questions can be 

Do you get what you're hoping for when you 
look behind you there's no open door, what are 
you hoping for , Do You Know 



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In Memoriam 





PAULINE L. PESCE 
June 9 , 1976 



FRANCIS W. POT AS 
June 10 , 1976 



May They Rest in Peace 



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Office Staff 




MISS CLARA GRACEFFA, Secretary 



MRS. JOSEPHINE LUCCHESE, Secretary MRS. GERALDINE KEEFE, Secretary 




MS. DORIS PUTNAM, R.N. , School Nurse. MR. JOHN GALLAGHER, Custodian 




MR. CARLLANDO, Co-op Coordinator 



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MR. DELMO ALBERGHINI, Adjustment 
Counselor 




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MR. ANTONIO DAMAIN, 12th Grade Instructor 

Academic Teachers 





MR. JOHN GANNON, 11th Grade Instructor 



R. JOSEPH McCUSKER, 10th Grade Instructor 




MR. CHARLES HERTIGAN, Reading Specialist 



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Class Officers 




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Richard Lyons , President 



Joanne Avery, Secretary 



Stanley Smith, Treasurer 




YEARBOOK COMMITTEE: Brian Aucoin, 
Cheryl Avery , Joanne Avery , Stanley 
Smith, Richard Lyons 



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Brian Aucoin, Joanne Avery, Joseph Trudeau 




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JOHN ALLEN 
39 Rich Street 




CHERYL AVERY 
13 Leonard Street 




PAUL BIONDO 
6 Hollace Street 





THOMAS ARNOLD 
6-F Hansen Road 




EDWARD L. AUCHMAN 
110 Calvary Street 







BRIAN AUCOIN 
20 Rich Street 




JOANNE AVERY 
15 Orange Street 




ROBERT BLACKBURN 
17 Bay Street 




24 6 RENE BOUDREAU 
9 Albert Street 



STEPHEN BOWLBY 
6 John Street 



JAMES BRINTON 
131 Hillcrest Road 



ROBERT BRUCE 
104 Riverside Street 




EUGENE CANTY 
215 Mokema Ave. 




MICHAEL CORMIER 
144 School Street 







THOMAS DENNETT 
214 Robbins Street 






GEORGE C A SELLA 
53 Fiske Ave . 



DONALD CERICOLA 
55 Bolton Ave . 







JAMES CINCOTTA 
188 Mallard Way 




RONALD COTONI 
513 Lexington Street 




LUIS EYSSALLENE 
86 Harvard Street 




MARK GALLAGHER 
58 Ellison Park 



BRUCE GAUDET 
51 Columbus Ave, 



ALBERTO GUGLIELMO 
425 Lexington Street 



RICHARD HAMILTON 
81 Bowdoin Ave. 



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JOHN KAUFMAN 
66 Exchange Street 



CLIFFORD KIERSTEAD 
24- E Prospect Hill Road 



DONALD LASSMAN 
39 Farnsworth Street 








DALE HARDIN 
17 Agawam Road 




HOWARD HENDERSON 
68 Reservoir Road 




EDGAR LEBLANC 
5 Mount Pleasant St . 




248 KENNETH LEBLANC 
27 Centre Street 



MARK LOGAN 
109 Taylor Street 



RICHARD LYONS 
17 Centre Street 



thomas McCarthy 

22-D Dermody Road 




WILLIAM MILIOTO 
151 Felton Street 



VINCENT PENTA 
50 Vernon Street 



WILLIAM RICCI 
659 Trapelo Road 




EDWARD MORREALE 
4 Adams Street 





JOHN PETERSON 
27 Plympton Street 






PATRICK MURRAY 
43 Wellington Street 



PAUL PRATT 
284 Warren Street 




PAUL PELLETIER 
33 Washington Ave . 





THOMAS RICCI 
659 Trapelo Road 




DWIGHT ROBERTSON 
16 Vernon Street 



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PAUL SEARS 
4 Cherster Lane 



250 JOSEPH TRUDEAU 
11 Roberts Road 




STANLEY SMITH 
31 Fuller Street 





STEPHEN ST. GERMAIN 
23 Colburn Street 






KEVIN RUSSELL 
69 Goldencrest Ave. 




HAROLD SALVO 
77 Willow Street 




KEVIN TIERNEY 
15 Lyman Street 




JOHN WALSH 
27 Rich Street 



ROBERT WALSH 
536 Lexington St. 



WILLIAM WILSON 
32 -D Dermody Road 



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Underclassmen 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Dan Romards; Treasurer, Patty Corcoran; Secretary, Chris Moran; 
President, Denise LeBlanc; Vice President. 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Cindy Maccagnano; Secretary, Denise Sabatino; Vice Presi- 
dent, Margie Faulstich; President, Mary Duddy; Treasurer. 



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Homeroom 110 




MARIA ABBONDANZIO, GREGORY ABORN, JONATHAN ADAMS, ROBERT ALARIE, SANDRA ALDRED, REYNALDO ALI- 
CEA, WILLIAM ALISEO, ROBERT ALLEN, GINO ALLIA, JANET ALTMAN, LINDA ANASTAS, SCOTT ANDERSON, 
MART ANNECCHIARICO, ANTHONY ANTICO, DIANNE ARBEELY, LAURIE ARBEELY, JOE ARENA, ALLYSON ARNOLD, 
LUAY ASHOO, NINA ATTARDO, DAVID AUCOIN, EDWINA AUCOIN, JEFFREY AUCOIN, MARY AUCOIN, NANCY 
AUCOIN, JOHN ALLIAN 




Homeroom 111 

PAULA AUCION, WILLIAM AUCOIN, NOEL AVILES, CYN- 
THIA AWISZUS, STEPHEN AYOTTE, THOMAS BABIGIAN, 
DIANE BABIN, PAULBABIN, LORRAINE BAILEY , SHERIL BAI- 
LEY, ANGELA BAKER, DIANE BAKER, JUDITH BANNISTER, 
ALAN BARIL, EDWARD BARMAKIAN, STEVEN BARNARD, 
THOMAS BARONE, KATHLEEN BARRY, ROBERT BARRY, JOE 
BARR, JOHN BATTAGLINO, KEVIN BAXTER, GEORGE BECK 



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Homeroom 115 




STEPHEN BONECA, BONNIE BOURINOT, DONNA BOURQUE, ROGER BOXALL, MAURA BOYD, PAUL BRADY, RICHARD 
BREAULT, JOYCE BROCKWAY, ROSE BROOKS, STEVEN BROUILLARD, PETER BROWN, SALLY BROWN, FREERICK BRY- 
SON, DEBRA BUCCELLA, LISA BUCKLEY, MICHAEL BURKE, DAVID BURLEY, ANITA BURWELL, DEBORAH BUSA, 
EDWARD BUSSIERE, EDWARD BUSHARD, DIANE BYRNE, ROBERT BYRON, MARY CAB AN 



Homeroom 121 




MARY CHICCO, PAMELA CHIPMAN, JUDITH CICERANO, KAREN CINCOTTA, ANDREW CLARKE, MITCHEL CLARK, 
CHRISTINE CLASBY, KIMBERLEY CLOUKEY , PAULCOATES, CAROL COBB, JOANNE COBBUZZI , MARY COFFIN, 
LINDA CETRANO, LINDA CHACE, WILLIAM CHAGNON, DARLENE CHAMBERLAIN, JAMES CHAMBERS, DOREEN 
CHAMPAGNE, JEAN CHAMPAGNE, CHERYL CHARBONNEAU, LEANNE CHEVOOR, DARLENE LESLIE CHIASSON, 
MARGARET CHIASSON, JAMES CHICCO 



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Homeroom 122 




SUSAN COLANTINO, LINDA COLLETTE, KENNETH COLLINS, PETER COLLINS, ROCCO COLLURA, RUTH COLON, 
JOHN CONEENY, PETER CONNOLLY, MARGUERITE CONNOR, MARIE CONTI, DORIS CONZO, JUDITH COOK, NEIL 
CORACCIO, MARYANN CORBETT, CAROL CORCORAN, JOHN CORCORAN, NANCY CORCORAN, ANN CORMIER, 
DENISE CORMIER, WILLIAM COSTELLO, STEVEN COTONI, LINDA COTTONE, ROBIN COULTER, MARK CORLISS, 
MICHELLE CORMIER 



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264 



PETER COLLINS, DONNA COUTURE, THOMAS COYE, MARY COYLE, LORI CRAMER, DIANE CRANE, RUSSELL 
CRANE, KAREN CREAMER, ANNE CRONIN, MICHELLE CROSSCUP, PEGGY ANNE CROSSMAN, MARGARET CULLEN, 
MAUREEN CUMMINGS, ELLENE CURRIE, ANN MARIE CURTAIN, JOHN CURTIN, ELIZABETH CUSHERA, WAYNE 
CUTLER, ROSALIE CUTTONE, KATHY DACEY, ANNE DAIGLE, YVETTE DAIGLE, DONALD DALLAIRE, ANN DAM- 
ICO, DEBRA DARCY, DANIEL DAVIS 



Homeroom 126 




LAUREL DAVIS, ALAN DEAMICIS, DARLENE DEFLICE, DAVID DELANEY, THOMAS DELANEY, ELISE DELEO, WIL- 
LIAM DELOREY, MICHAEL DEMARCO, CAROL DEMELLO, GREGORY DEMEO, RAYMOND DEMEO, CYTHIS DENERO, 
JOE DEPASS, MARY DEPROFIO, SALLY DEPROFIO, KATHY DESANTIS, IDA DESPRES 



Homeroom 128 




LAURA DILUCA, KAREN DIMATTIA, TERISE DION, SALVATORE DISTEFANO, DANIEL DOHERTY, DAVID DOHERTY, 
JANET DOHERTY, DAVID DONESKI, THOMAS DONNELLY, REGINA DONOGHUE, KAREN DOOLEY , GAIL DOU- 
CETTE, BERNARD DOUCET, BERNICE DOUCET, REUBEN DOUGLAS, PATRICIA DOUTHART, JULIE DOWCETT, 
THOMAS DOWDY, MICHAEL DOWNING, STEPHEN DOWNING, DEBRA DRISCOLL, JOHN DRISCOLL, MICHELE 
DUBREUIL, MARY DUDDY, KATHLEEN DUFFY, JAMES DOLAN 



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Homeroom 140 




NICOLE DUGUAY, BARBARA DULONG, JOYCE E. DUNBAR, LYNNE DUNBRACK, SCOTT DUNLOP, HOLLY K. 
DWYER, MARK J. EAGAN, LYNN ECCLES, ROBERT A. EDRY, JAMES EDWARDS, KIMERLY S. EG AN, CHRISTINE 
EGERTON, SONYA M. ELFAR, ELAINE L. ERICKSON, JANINE R. EVERETT, THOMAS E. FAHERTY, BRUCE A. FAR- 
AGO, MAUREEN FARRAHER, LYNNE M. FARRINGTON, THOMAS A. FARRINGTON, MARJORIE FAULSTICH , ROBERT 
J. FAY, SHERRY A. FEELEY, ALPHONSE FERRERA, JOHN F. FERSON, WAYNE R. FETTE 



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JOSEPH GIUGNO, TIMOTHY GOODE, CHERYL GOODRICH, STEPHEN GOODSPEED, MARK GOODWIN, NICHOLAS 
GOODWIN, PHILIP GOULDING, DEBORAH GOYETTE, GLENN GOYETTE, JOHN GRAZIOSI, MARK GREENLAW, JOHN 
GRIECI, LINDA GRIFFIN, LOIS GRIFF, RALPH GRIGGS, ROBERT GROSS, JUDITH GROTH, SUSNGRUBBS, WAYNE 
GRUMNEY, MARY GULLEDGE, JOYCE HAGG, DAVID HALSTEAD, SANDRA HANCOCK, JOHN HANLON, DAVID 
HANSEN, BARBARA GRIGGS 




Homeroom 142 




CARLA FARRAGHER, BETH FEEHILY, DONALD FEENEY, LORI FENTON, 
JOANNA FERRARA, KIMBERLY FEREIRA, BRIAN FINNELL, THOMAS FINNEY, 
LISA FISHER, MONICA FITZGERALD, PATRICK FITZGERALD, JOSEPH 
FORAN, JACQUELINE FORSTER, MARK FORSTER, BERNICE FOURGERE, 
OLYMPIA FOURNARAKIS, BARBARA FOURNIER, TAMMY FROST, MAUREEN 
GALLAGHER, STACEY GALLAGHER 





267 



Homeroom 144 




STEPHEN GALLAGHER, DEBORAH GALLANT, LORI GALLO, ROSEMARY GAUDET, MONIQUE GAUTREAU, MICHELLE GAYNOR, RICHARD 
GEMELLI, ARTHUR GENOVA, MARK GIANGRANDE, LANIAL GIARDINA, DONALD GIBBS, SALVATORE GIGLIA , PATRICK GILES, ROBERT 
GILLEN, DEIRDRE GIRARD, KAREN GIUCON, MICHAEL GIUNIA DIANE GLAWSON, CHARLINE GOGUEN, DENIS GOGUEN, DANIEL GOLD- 
STEIN, JEANNE GIROUARD 



268 




Homeroom 148 




DONALD HANSEN, JOHN HARRINGTON, JAMES HARRIS, JEFFREY HARTFORD, KEVIN HART, THOMAS HART, 
CLAYTON HARVEY, KIMBERLY HARVEY, MARK HAYDEN, ERIC HAYES, CRAIG HEFFRON, CARMEN HERNANDEZ, 
JOSEFINA HERNANDEZ, CAROL HESSION, THOMAS HIGGINS, DANIEL HILL, DAVID HILL, DAVID HOBSON, DEBO- 
RAH HOLM, RAJA HOMSI, KAREN HOOVER, THOMAS HOPKINS, KAREN HOUGH, MARGARET HOUSTON, KATHY 
HOWARD, THOMAS HOWARD, MAUREEN HOWES 



Homeroom 154 




KATHY KASPER, ERIC KAUFMAN, CYNTHIA KAUPELIS, JOSEPH KEHOE, BARBARA KELLEY, MARYJEAN KELLV , 
PATRICK KELLY, WILLIAM KELLY, KAREN KEMP, RICHARD KENNEDY, SUSAN KENNEY, SANDRA KERSHAW, 
THOMAS KERSHNER, SUSAN KIEJZO, CYNTHIA KILEY, JAY KNIGHT, JOHN KRATOVILLE, ROBERT KING, PAUL 
LABRACHE, PETER LABRACHE, JOHNLACAVA, JOYCE LACAVA, JILL LAMACCHIA 



269 




Homeroom 152 








THOMAS HUFF, RICHARD HUMPHREYS, ANN HURLEY, LORI HURLEY, 
SANDRA HYNES, ROBERT IANNETTI, ANNMARIE IMHOFF, PAUL IRVINE, 
EDMUND IVY, JOSEPH JACKSON, DENISE JAILLET, SUZANNE JAMES, 
STEVEN JENKS, DONNA JIAVA, CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON, DAVID JOHN- 
SON, SUSAN JOHNSON, KAREN JOHNSTON, CHRISTOPHER JOLIAT, LINDA 
JONES, PAMELA JONES, ELLEN KAITZ, KENNETH KALOOSTIAN, CHRIS 
JACOBS 



270 




Homeroom 161 




MICHAEL LANDRY, PAUL LANDRY, SUZANNE LANDRY, KAREN LANERGAN , BRIAN LANGLEY , KATHLEEN 
LANG, MARGARET LASHOTO, LOUISE LASSMAN, MICHAEL LAWN, KENNETH LAWTON, JUSTINA LAZAR, 
ALINE LEBLANC, CAMILLE LEBLANC, CAROL LEBLANC, CHERYL LEBLANC , CLAIRE LEBLANC , EMELIA LEBLANC , 
LAWRENCE LEBLANC, BRENDA LEE, MICHAEL LEE, EDWARD LEGER, RICHARD LEMONT, ANTHONY LEONE, 
ELIZABETH LEVEY 



Homeroom 172 




MARY MCNAMARA, TONI MENDITTO, LISA MILINAZZO, MARK MILLER, REGINA MILLIAN, JOHN MOLINARI, 
CAROL MONAGHAN, JOHN MONETTE, DIANE MOORES, BRIAN MOORE, WILLIAM MORGAN, LISA MORIZIO, 
JUDITH MORREALE, DAVID MORRISSEY, ROBERT MORROW, JANET MOSES, JUNE MOURADJIAN, JOANNE MULA , 
MARYJO MULA, MARY MULLEN, DANIEL MURGO, BETH MURPHY, DEBORAH MURPHY, MICHAEL MURPHY 



271 



Homeroom 176 




PATRICIA PETERSON, SALLY PETERS, DONNA PETTENGILL, FLORENCE PETTIGREW, REGINA PHILLIPS, BARBARA 
PIACENTINI, DAVID PIDGEON, PETER PILLA, WILLIAM PILON, KEVIN PINKHAM, MICHELLE PINEAU , ANNE PIN- 
ZONE, MARIE PITRE, CHRISTOPHER PITTMAN, DONNA PITTS, WILLIAM PLUMMER, DENISE POIRIER, ERNEST POI- 
RIER, SUSAN POIRIER, ROGER POULIN, STEVEN POWDERLY , DOROTHEA POWERS, KAREN PRATT, KEVIN PRATT, 
CAROL PRESCOTT 



Homeroom 197 




272 



KAREN TRIMBLE, JUDITH TRUE, LISA TRUMBOUR.- CONSTAN TSATSARONES, PETER TULLY, KENNETH TURMEL, 
LISA TWOMEY, FRANCIS UTLEY, GARY VALLERAND , WAYNE VARTERSIAN, LEONARD VELARDI, LUIS VELEZ, 
ROBIN VITTUM, ROGER VOGEL, CONSTAN VOULGAROPOULOS , MARY WADDICK, WILLIAM WALKER, DONNA 
WALSH, GENNENE WALSH, LORETTE WALSH, ROBIN WARD, LINDA WARREN, CARLOS UIDES, DEBRA UTLEY, JOA- 
CHIM WAGNER, STEVEN WAITE 







Homeroom 026 



MICHAEL WEEKS, JOSEPH WELSCH, BRENDA WEST, CHARLES 
WHALEN, MICHAEL WHEELER, JOHN WHITE, THERESA WHITE, 
JAMES WHOOLEY, DIANE WILCOX, CRAIG WILLIAMSON, CHE- 
RYL WILLIAMS, CARLA WILSON, SUSAN WINTERKORN, PETER 
WOMERSLEY, GERALDINE WONSON, NICHOLAS YANEFF, 
JUDITH YORSOTN, SHELDON YOUNG, EDWARD YOW, MIMI 
YUNG, DENISE ZADROZNY, MARIE ZAGWYN, JUDITH ZAMPI- 
TELLA, DIANE WILSON 





273 






Homeroom 211 




nsTAVF^mv^n^in^' GERARDAUC0IN . KIMBERLY AUCOIN, SHARON AUCOIN, SHARON AUSTIN, 
LISA A VERSA, OSVALDO AVILES, KEVIN AYOTTE, PAMELA BABINEAU, LEDA BABIN, MONIQUE BABIN TIMOTHY 
"» PARKER BAILEY, BEVERLY BANKS, SALVATORE BARBA, PAMELA BARDEN, VERA B^T. AUDMY 
BECK BONN?e B B A eIsO GLIN0 ' MCQUELINE BAUER ' R ° BERT BAXTER " VINCENT BEAUDOIN, RUTH BECKER, BARBARA 



Homeroom 213 




274 



ROLAND BOURGEOIS, SUSAN BOURGEOIS, ERIC BOURGOUJIAN, CAROL BOURQUE, PETER BOURQUE MICHAEL 
p?^?7; PATRICIA B0W SER, GISELE BREAU, DIANE BRENNAN, JEAN BRENNAN, JAMES BRESCIA, DALE BROODS, 
BARBARA BROWN, DAVID BROWN, DOROTHY BROWN, ROBERTA BROWN, JILL BRYANT, KATHLEEN BRYSON, 
DOUGLAS BURNS, THOMAS BURNS, MICHAEL BURNSTEIN, MICHELLE BUSA , JOSEPHINE BUSCEMI, FRANCIS BUSH- 
ARD, GAIL BUTEAU, GEORGE BYAM 



Homeroom 212 




CHRISTOPHER BELLA, DAVID BELLI VEAU, DAVID BENNETT, JEFFREY BENNETT, KATHLEEN BENNETT, KAREN BENOIT, JOANNE BERGANTINO, DEBBIE 
BERNARD, EDILBERTO BERRIOS, KAREN BESSO, RALPH BIBBO, DONALD BIRON, ROBIN MARIE BISSON, VALERIE BIZZOZERO, ROBERTA BODWELL, MARGA- 
RET BOEGLIN, LARAINE BOGOSIAN, JOSEPH BONFIGLIO, JOAN BONICA, STEPHEN BORDENCA, ANGELINA BORRELLI, MICHAEL BOTTE, MURIEL 
BOUCHER, NORMAN BOURDREAU, PAUL BOURDREAU , PRESTON BOURDREAU, DI ANNE BOURGEOIS, PAULETTE BOURGEOIS , TERESA BURGOS , CARMELA 
CASTELLANA 



275 



Homeroom 216 




JOHNCABANAUGH, STEPHEN CENTOLA , VALERIE CENTOLA , LYNNDERCONE, ANNE CERICOLA , MARK CHAR- 
TIER, LUCY CHEN, GLEN CHIASSON, GRACE CIMINO, ANTONIETTE CINCOTTA, MARY CINCOTTA, PAUL CIN- 
COTTA, STEPHEN CLARKE, KAREN CLARK, LINDA COATES, CHERYL COFFEY, DONNA COLANTINO, LETA COL- 
LETT, JUDITH COLLURA, KAREN COLLURA, ROBERT CONCETTI, EILEEN CONNORS, STEPHEN CONNORS 



Homeroom 218 




276 



CYNTHK CULLEN, KAREN CUMMISKEY, DONALD CUSANO, THOMAS CUSANO, ROBERT CUSICK, THERESA DAD- 
DONA, STEPHEN DAGLE, ANDREA DAHL, MARY DALY, LUCIA DANGIO , DAVID DANKENS, SUSAN DART, RICH- 
ARD DAVIS, NANCY DEFELICE, STEPHEN DEFLORIO, ROBERT DELAIRE, GEORGE DELANEY, KATHLEEN DELANEY, 
DONNA DELFINO, GAIL DELLACAMERA, RITA DELLAPACE, SCOTT DESANTIS 



Homeroom 215 




PATRICIA CAIRA, PATRICIA CALARESE, JAMES CALLAHAN, ROBERT CALNAN, WILLIAM CAMERON, LYNN CAMPANA, DALE CAMPBELL, DOUGLAS 
CAMPBELL, JANE CAMPBELL, PATRICIA CAMPBELL, LINA CAMPOS, JOSEPH CANNISTRARO, JOHN CAPELLO, BRETT CAPPADON*, PATRICIA CARA- 
MANICA, JAMES CARAMSALIDIS , HILDY CARLSON, BRAIN CARME, WILLIAM CARMODY, FRANCIS CARPENTINO, MARIE CARUSO, CAROL CASELLA, 
JANICE CASELLA, SHEILA CASELLA, PATRICIA CASEY, JOANNE CASH, JEFFREY CATE, DONNA CAVALIERI, RICHARD COLLINS 



277 



Homeroom 220 




ANTHONY DAMORE, LAURIE DEMARAIS, LOUISE DEMEO, PATRICIA DEMEO, DENISE DENNETT, DONNA DEPRO- 
FIO, ARTHUR DANI DERUSHA, MICHELE DERVISS, STEPHEN DEVINCENT, ROBERTA DIBACCO, JEANNE DIETTRICH, 
NICHOLAS DIIESO, LEONARD DIMAGGIO, ANN MARIA DIMASI, CORNELIUS DINEEN, NANCY DION, ANN MARIE 
DIVECCHIA, GEORGE DOHERTY, BERNARD DOIRON 



Homeroom 221 




278 



EDWARD DOLLARD, JANET DONAHUE, PATRICIA DONLON, JAMES DOOLEY, FLORINE DOUCETTE, PAUL DOU- 
CETTE, RICHARD DOUCETTE, MARY ANN DOUGLAS, JOAN DOWCETT , MARYELLEN DOWNING, KATHERINE DRI- 
NAN, RICHARD DUBE, WILFRED DUBIE, STANLEY DUDEK, CHERYL DUFROMONT, ANNE DUGAS, ALBEO DUGUAY, 
MICHAEL DUNHAM, NANCY DUPORT, DIANE DWYER, TIMOTHY EAGAN 




Homeroom 217 





JULIE CONNOR, PAUL CONNOR, JUDITH CONRAD, KATHLEEN CONRAN, 
PAULCONTOS, GARY CONZO, LAURA COOPER, DORA COPPOLA, PAUL 
CORBETT, PATRICIA CORCORAN, SEAN CORCORAN, KATHLEEN CORLISS, 
DANIEL CORMIER, DEBRA CORMIER, JANICE CORMIER, KATHERINE COR- 
MIER, PAUL CORMIER, PETER CORMIER, SUSAN CORMIER, ANGELA 
COSTA, DAVID COSTA, ELAINE COTONI , SANDRA COTTON, KATHLEEN 
COUGHLIN, SUSAN COUGHLIN, EDWARD COUSINEAU, RICHARD COX, 
KAREN CREONTE, CHARLOTT CRISTOFORI , DANIELLE DESROSIERS, DUY 
HIEP LE 







1279 



Homeroom 225 




MARK EDWARDS, LYNNE ELLIOT, JUDITH ENGLISH, TRACY ERICKSON, TAMI FALLO, CATHERINE FARAMELLI, 
CHRISTINE FARAMELLI, GEORGE FAUCHER, MARIE FAULSTICH, MICHAEL FA VRE, LYNN FEARNLEY , DANIEL 
FEEHILY, STEPHEN FEELEY, RICHARD FENNELLY, DAVID FENTON, DIANNE FENTON, ANTHONY FERRARA , 
ANGELA FERRERA, SUSAN FERRO, STEPHEN FIELDS, DAVID FILTEAU, JAMES FITZGERALD, ROBIN FITZSIMMONS, 
BRYAN FLOYD, JOYCE FLOYD, CAROL FOGG, RICHARD FOLSOM 



Homeroom 228 




280 



SUSAN FORSBLAD, MARYELLEN FORSTER, JILL FORSYTH, KIM FOSKIN, CHRISTOPHER FOX, MICHAELANGE FRA- 
GALE, MICHAEL FRANCIS, STEPEHN FRANCIS, LISA FRANGELLO , DIANNE FRONDUTO, PAMELA FROST, LAWRENCE 
FRYE, THOMAS FURDON, DENISE GAGNON, PAULGAGNON, SUZANNE GAILIUS, STEVEN GAISER, JEAN GAL- 
LANT, GEORGE GALLITANO, CYNTHIA GAMBLE, DAVID GAMBLE, GAIL GARDINER, JOHN GARRITY, CLAIRE GAR- 
VIN 



Homeroom 240 




JAMES GAUDET, TERRY GAUDET, RONALD GICKA, ROSELLA GIGLIA, RONALD GILBERTO, DEBORAH GIORLANDO, 
PATRICIA GISGOURNE, DEBRA GIUSTI, GARY GLEASON, EILEEN GLYNN, GODIN RENEE, GERARD GOGUEN, NOR- 
MAN GOGUEN, RAYMOND GOGUEN, DELWYN GODEY, RONALD GOLDEN, KAREN GOODALE, LAWRENCE GOO- 
DROW, JANE GOULDING, JACQUELINE GOULD 



Homeroom 241 




ROBERT GRENIER, HANNA GRIFF, JEANNE GRIGGS, PAMELA GRUMNEY, CAMILLE GUADAGNINO, DIANE GUIDE- 
BECK, JOSEPH GUIDEBECK, DAVID GULLOTTI, MARK HACHEY, BARBARA HALE, GEORGE HALLORAN, LILLIAN 
HALLOWELL, RICHARD HANNIGAN , RICHARD HANNON , DIANE HAROUTUNIAN, PAUL HARRIMAN , ELIZABETH 
HARRIS, THOMAS HARTE, KATHY HARTMAN, DAVID HASSETT, PATRICIA HAYES, CHRISTINE HAYS, REGINA 
HAZLETT, AUDREY HEADLEY, DONALD HEROLD, LISAHICHEY, MICHAEL HIGGINS , HEATHER HILL, JEFFERY 
HILL, BARBARA HINES, BRIDGET HOGAN, CAROL HOLSTON, ADRIA HOUSTON 



281 



Homeroom 242 




FRANCIS CACCIATORE, CHERYL HOOPER, CYNTHIA HOWARD, NANCY HOWARD, MICHAEL HOYT, MAUREEN 
HUDSON, NANCY HUFF, EDWARD HUNTER, BRIAN HURLEY, DONNA HYDE, TIMOTHY HYLANDER, SUSAN HYNES, 
EUGENE IRVINE, DAWNJANNONI, RUSSELL JENKINS , KEVIN JENSEN, LISA JOHNSON, PATRICK JOLI AT, DEBORAH 
JONES, LORI JONES, NANCY JOYCE, MARKJUDD, KENNETH JUNKINS, MICHAEL KAMPHAUS, DIANE KARELAS, 
KARLA KASPER, MARGARET KAUFMAN, LISA KAZANJIAN, ROBERT KEANEY 



Homeroom 244 




282 



THOMAS KEHOE, JANE KELLEY, ROBETT KELLIHER, DANIEL KELLY, DAVID KELLY, HENRY KELLY, JEAN KELLY, 
JOHN KELLY, LAURA KENDERES, ALAN KENNEN, JOHN KERR, SUSAN KERSHNER, CHARLES KEYES, PRISCILLA 
KEYES, DAVID KILMAIN, CHUL GOO KIM, THOMAS KING, JOAN KISH, MARY KISH, ELAINE KNOX, JOSEPH 
LACAVA, JOSEPH LACCI, MARK LAFOREST, JANICE LAFORT , MICHAEL LEBLANC 




Homeroom 254 



JUDITH MCKENZIE, DANIEL MCKINNON, PATRICIA MCKIN- 
NON, CHRISTIN MCLAUGHLIN, ELLEN MCLAUGHLIN, MICHAEL 
MCNAMARA, KEVIN MCSWEENEY, MICHELLE MELANSON, 
YVONMELANSON, MICHAEL MELE, ANNEMELIDEO, KENNETH 
MELLO, ROBERT MEOLA, FRANCINE MIRABILE, SUSAN MIT- 
CHELL, CATHERINE MOBILIA , CYNTHIA MONAH AN, SCOTT 
MOONEY, GARY MOORES, THOMAS MOORE, CHRISTOPHER 
MORAN 





283 




Homeroom 248 



KERRY MACDONALD, SARAH MACDONALD, GAIL MACDOU- 
GALL, ANN MACINNIS, THOMAS MACINNIN, RUTH ELLEN 
MACIVOR, BARBARA MACKUSICK, JOSEPH MACLELLAN, 
JUDITH MACNEIL, DARLENE MADAGLIA, DEBRA MADDEN, 
LAURIE MAGNO, JOHN MAGUIRE, MARY MAHER, SUSAN 
MAHER, ELIZABETH MAHONEY, ENRICA MAIOCCHI, JOHN 
MALLOY, MARY MALONEY, SANDRA MANCUSO, MONICA 
MANDILE, ALBERT MANOUKIAN 





284 



Homeroom 262 




JEANNE OHALLORAN, CURTIS OHARA, JUDITH OHNEMUS, WALTER OHNEMUS, DANIEL OKEEFE, NANCY OLBRYS, 
RICHARD OLIVERI, LINDA OLIVER, DOMINIC OLIVO, DOUGLAS OLNEY, KATHLEEN OMARA , KEVIN OMARA, JOYCE 
ONEILL, FRANCIS ORDILE, GAILORECHIA, GERALDINE ORIFICE, ANN ORMOND, CAROL OROURKE , ELAINE 
OROURKE, ROBERT OUELLETTE, SCOTT OUELLETTE, DAVID PALMER, LAURI PANAGGIO, ANNETTE PAPIA 



Homeroom 263 




DOROTHY PAPPAS, SANDRA PARKER, JUDITH PATTERSON, KAREN PATTERSON, ANDREA PAVONE, MICHELLE 
PELLETIER, SANDRA PELTIER, PAMELA PENTON, VITOR PEREIRA , PAULA PERKINS, LYNN PETRIE, DAVID PETTEN- 
GILL, JAMES PETTIGREW, KAREN PICHETTE, JANE PINTABONE, PATRICE PINTABONE, DEBRA PINZONE, THOMAS 
PINZONE, SANDRA PIPER, LISA PISANO, DAVID PITTS, TERRY PLACE, JAMES POIRIER, MICHELLE POIRIER, SUSAN 
POLDOIAN, THEANOPOLICRONIS, NICHOLAS POWERS, ANNE POWER 



285 



Homeroom 267 




MARKSCAFIDI, DAVID SCHIFF, GREGG SCHOENER, KIMBERLY SCHOFIELD, WILLIAM SCHROEDER, DAVID 
SCHUELER, ANTHONY SCIOLI, TRACEY SCIPIONE, DEVIN SCOTT, DAVID SEGAL, KENNETH SENIGO, EVELYN 
SERVAL, NANCY SHANLEY, TIMOTHY SHARKEY, RICHARD SHEA, DAVID SHEEHAN, DOROTHY SHERMAN, ELIZA- 
BETH SHINNECK, MARGARET SILVER, CHERYL SILVER, PATRICIA SITES, STEPHEN SJOSTEDT, JOHN SMERLAS, 
DEBRA SMITH, JUDITH SMITH, LAURA SMITH, LETITIA SMITH, KATHRYN SNEE 



Homeroom 271 




286 



HUBERTE THIBODEAU, THOMAS THIBODEAU, TIMOTHY THIBODEAU, DEIDRE THOMPSON, JAMES THOMPSON, 
SUSAN THOMPSON, MICHAEL TIANO, MARY TIERNEY, KAREN TOMAO, PATRICIA TORTORELLA, SANDRA TOY, 
TINA TREGGIARI, PASQUALINA TREGLIA, SUSAN TRIMBLE, LUISA TRIVISANO, JOHN TRUDEAU, CHARLES TUFTS, 
STEVEN TULLY, TERESA TURLICK, KEVIN TUTTLE, KAREN VACCARELLO, DAVID VALDANBRINI, THOMAS 
VALLERAND, RICHARD VANARIA, HERBERT VANNASSE 




Homeroom 269 



SUSAN SOTTILE, DARRELL STAMPER, DONNA STANKARD, 
KATHLEEN STANLEY, JANET STEPP, THERESA ST. GERMAIN, 
KATHLEEN STONEY, WILLIAM STROM, ELIZABETH STURM, 
DELBARRE SULLIVAN, KATHLEEN SULLIVAN, MARY SULLIVAN, 
MAUREEN SULLIVAN, NANCY SULLIVAN, MICHELLE SURETTE, 
KENNETH SURRETTE, BARBARA SUTHERLAND, WILLIAM 
SWAIN, DEBRA SWEDER, DAWN SWEET, MARY TABOR, LYNNE 
TAMBURRO, LYNN TANASHIAN, DANIEL TARULLO, MALCOLM 
TAVENER, LINDA TAYLOR, GEORGE TEKEYAN, JANET TEREN- 
ZIO, DAVID THERIAULT 





287 



Homeroom 275 




KIMBERLY WHITE, MICHAEL WHITE, ALDO 
WILKENS, ANITA WILLIAMS, MARK WIL- 
LIAMS, JAMES WITHROW, BRENDA WONG, 
IRENE WONG, KERIN WOODS, KRISTIE 
WOODS, JAMES WRIGHT, JOHN WRIGHT, 
JEAN YOBACCIO, KAREN YORSTON, CELIA 
YUNG, ELAINE ZADROZNY, OLIVIA 
ZAINO, PATRICIA ZAWADZKI 



Homeroom 272 




CAROLYN VAUTOUR, WANDA VAUTOUR, CATHLEEN VENO, BRIAN VENUTI, LINDA VENUTI, CESAR VIDES, 
KAREN VINCUILLA, DONALD VINCULILLA, KYRI VOULGAROPOULOS , MARY VOYMAS, JOACHIM WAGNER, 
ROLAND WAGNER, EDWARD WALKER, JEANNE WALSH, LESLIE WALSH, RAYMOND WALSH, SUSAN WALSH, JAMES 
WARD, LAURA WARREN, BRUCE WATSON, SANDRA WELCH, DEBBIE WENTWORTH, KENNETH WESTON, MICHAEL 
WHALEN, BRIAN WHEATON, PAULA WHELAN 



288 




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1. Donald Place 2. Ann Kane and Lynne Scott 3. Jon Meliones 4. Janis Ryan 5. Linda Olson 6. Bonnie Becker 7 
O'Connell 8. Elaine Rancatore 9. Linda and Anne Rheaume 10. Janet O'Donoghue 11. Paul Gross 12. SueEllen 
lagher 13. Beverly Mangan 14. Pam Cormier 15. Anna Allia 16. Peter Scafidi 17. Barbara McEnaney. 




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289 




"Where should I put this?" 




"The grammar in the paper is 
terrible . ' ' 



The Faculty . . 




"Take that and that for not doing your homework! " 





"Listen, don't be ridiculous;! 
it's nothing personal, I give' 
F's to all Bruins fans, not just I 
you . ' ' 




"Yes, some of my classes can 
really get rough . ' ' 




' ' And then I raised my gun and shot those three 
ducks and my wife sewed them on my 
sweater." 



"I said mathematical relations not . . 




"How do you like my Jimmy 
Carter impression?" 




"Tie a yellow ribbon 'round 
the old oak tree . ' ' 





"Mustn't write naughty words 
on my overhead . ' ' 




"Where did I put my peanut 
butter and jelly sandwich?" 



"Wouldn't using my Bic be a lot easier?" 





" . . . And will the student who borrowed 
the elevator please return it, and also Mr. 
Regan who was inside . ' ' 



"I used to be known as Lawrence Welk Stein- 
berg . ' ' 




Art Department 



Mr. Paul Shea; Department Head, Sister Edwina Mazerski, Mrs. Julie 
Blanchard, Mr. Peter Nyren, Mr. Constantine Sgouris . 



Audio- Visual Department 





Mr. Ralph Nelson, Mr. Felix Giardina , Mr. 
Robert Shubert , Mr . Bill Lawler . 

Bilingual Department 

The Bilingual Department offers courses primarily for 
the non-English speaking students. This instruction assists 
students during the phase of transition from their Nature 
Language to the English language . The goal of the Bilin- 
gual Department is to achieve the earliest possible inte- 
gration into regular programs of instruction . 

Instruction is available to Bilingual students in French , 
Italian, Spanish, Vietnamese, and English as a Second 
Language . 



SEATED: Danielle Desrosiers, Dominique Desrosiers, Marie Lafontant , Caimella 
Castellana, Carmen Hernandez. ROW I: Mrs. Eugenia Fitzgerald; Teacher, Mrs. 
Marilyn Miller; Counselor, Tony Luna, Raja Homsi, Sami Batareeh, Ruben Tala- 
292 mantes, Maria Tu, Anna Tu, Miguel Vivas, Pedro Rubio, Mrs. Marie Regan; 

Teacher, Mr. Adolph Caso; Director. ROW III: Patrick Sautier , Franco Davoli , Luis 
Zayas , Vitor Pereira , Mike Fragale , Peter Caci . 



Business Department 

The Business Department has enabled many students to 
fulfill their needs for an "employable skill' during and 
after high school . 

This training is offered to all students in the high school 
and has been beneficial to those who seek immediate 
employment after graduation; those who wish to pursue 
advanced study in the field of business education; and the 
college-bound student who must earn money for tuition 
and other expenses . This program also offers each boy and 
girl enrolled in the business curriculum skills which are 
valuable in their personal lives . 




SEATED: Miss Cecilia Misseri, Miss Trifoletti, Miss Cecilia Dec- 
ola, Mr. Albert Flight; Department Head, Miss Ellen Shuman, 
Ms. Nancy Chaisson, Mrs. Jeanette Fitzgerald. STANDING: Miss 
Eleanor Tahaney, Miss Snow, Miss Taccini, Mrs. Pilotte, Mr. 
Peter Baldassari , Mr. Opie, Mr. Anthony Bantedosi, Mr. Belan- 
ger, Mr. Collins. 




Cafeteria Workers 



Custodians 




293 



Drama 



Driver Road 




Mr. Robert Eagle; Department Head, Mrs. 
Karen DeMauro , Mr. Steve Rourke. 



The main goal of the Drama 
Department is to introduce the 
student to developmental drama 
and the theatre arts: creative 
drama, communication, move- 
ment , theatre games , improvi- 
sations, scene work, stage pro- 
duction and relevant aspects of 
theatre history . The department 
also offers an in-depth study of 
advanced acting methods and 
contemporary trends and philoso- 
phies of theatre . 




ROW 1: Mr. William Harrington, Mr. Rich- 
ard Sullivan, Mr. Steve Goodwin. ROW II: 
Mr. John Graceffa, Mr. Daniel Sabatino, 
Mr . Thomas Leverone . 




SEATED: Mrs. Virginia Meer, Mrs. Joan Flannagan, Ms. Barbara Krysiak; Department Head, Miss Stan- 
ton, Mrs. Sheila Archdeacon, Miss Rosemary Geary, Mr. Ira Steinberg. ROW II: Mr. Robert Sheehy, Mrs. 
Anastasis Kef alis , Mrs. Lucy Windsor, Mrs. Carol Poirier, Miss Margaret Holland , Mrs. Barbara Mat - 
294 thews, Mr. Matthews, Miss Karen Arno, Miss Susan Parelle, Mr. Jack Dorsey. ROW III: Mr. Healy, Mr. 
Gerald Tierney, Mr. John Halle, Mr. Michael Rose, Mr. Richard Walsh. 



English 
Department 

The English Department sees its role as 
involving more than merely a require- 
ment for graduation; we consider the art 
of understanding language a requirement 
for living . In pursuit of excellence in 
English language - arts instruction , the 
department offers a variety of personali- 
ties, approaches, and programs with a 
common educational goal . 




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SEATED: Mrs. Eleanor Pacini , MissM. Therese Aucoin , Mr. Steven Triantaf el; Depart- 
ment Head, Miss Elizabeth Fryer, Miss Helene Andresian, Mr. BenPizzi, Mr. Hugo San - 
taMaria, Mr. Mario Magno, Mr. B. Donald Thibeault. STANDING: Dr. Larry Yarkin, Mr. 
Marcel Karian. 



Foreign Language 
Department 

The Foreign Language Department offers the stu- 
dent at Waltham High an excellent program in which 
to learn and develop listening, reading, speaking, 
and writing skills in French , German , Italian , 
Latin, and Spanish. The Department has a fine lan- 
guage laboratory used on a regular basis to help stu- 
dents acquire greater proficiency in listening and '" 
speaking. Also the student is introduced to the cul- 
ture and style of the foreign country through films , 
slides , tapes , books , and class discussions . 

Guidance 




Mrs. Catherine 
Boeglin; secre- 
tary, Mrs. 
Lucille Cooper; 
secretary 



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On entrance to Waltham Senior High School , each 
new student is assigned a personal counselor who is 
available for three years to assist and guide the stu- 
dent in proper decision- making relative to his/her 
personal and academic development. 

The Guidance Counseling Services are a support to 
the individual learning adjustment of our students 
and alert to career , vocational and occupational 
planning . 





SEATED: Mrs. Amy Kosmidis, Mrs. Mary Johnson; Department Head, Miss Gracey 
McGrath. STANDING: Mrs. Amy Maclure, Ms. Margaret Irwin, Mrs. Ann Mason, Mrs. 
Kathleen Georgio. 



SEATED: Mr. John Clifford, Miss Margaret Nolan, Asst. Dir. , Francis Curran, Director, 
Miss Sarah Giacalone, Anthony Mrugala. STANDING: Robert Conrad, Miss Katherine Cor- 
coran, Miss Jane Grace, Miss Cornelia Sylvester, Mrs. Maria Navin, Mr. Richard Madden. 



Home Economics 
Department 

. . . Culinary Arts . . . Fashion . . . Foreign 
Cuisine . . . Chef Training . . . "Do I have to 
wear an apron?" . . . Know thy nutrients . . . 
Patchwork . . . It's a crewel world . . . Would you 
believe decoupage? . . . Low cholesterol diet 
. . . Basic 4 . . . Seam Finishes . . . Knit the 
smoothes and purl the bumps . . . Color coordina- 
tion . . . Finger painting . . . Did you make that? 
. . . "I really like it!" . . . Keep yourself in 
stitches . . . Chesire Crafts . . . Costumes . . . 
Number 2 Star Tip . . . Bound Buttonholes . . . 
Kiddie lit . . . You eat with your eyes . . . 295 




Health 
Services 




Director of Health Staff: Dr. John 
McManama . 



Mrs. Elizabeth Ellis, R.N. , Mrs. Marion Fitzpatrick, 
R.N. 



Industrial Arts Department 




The Industrial Arts Department, 
through various courses is an intro- 
duction to occupational experi- 
ences. The student is offered excel- 
lent instruction in Electricity and 
Electronics, General Metals, Power 
Mechanics , Technical Drawing and 
Woodworking. Each of these sub- 
jects is designed to further aid the 
student in a better understanding of 
the world we live in . 



SEATED: Miss Najarian, Mrs. JuneMaclure, Mr. Edward Dollard , Mr. Henry LaRosee , 
Mrs. Janet Coen. STANDING: Mr. Roy Talanian, Mr. Marsh, Mr. John Holihan, Mr. 
Walter McDonald, Mr. William Nolan , Mr. O'Neil. 



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Library 



Main Office 




The Waltham High School 
Media Center is a laboratory 
for research and study . Stu- 
dents learn to work alone and 
in groups under the guidance 
and with the instruction of the 
media specialists . The media 
specialists attempt to contrib- 
ute to the growth and develop- 
ment of students in independ- 
ent thinking , in ability to 
study effectively and in the 
acquisition of desirable atti- 
tudes toward reading , other 
media of communication, and 
all learning and research . 




Mrs. Ester Wiley, Mr. Herrick Harkins, Mrs. 
Lotte Bluestein. 



Mrs. Peggy Oulette, Mrs. Phyllis MacDonald, 
Mrs. Rita Persuitte, Mrs. Betty O'Leary. 




SEATED: Mr. James McDonnell, Mr. Tom Leverone, Mrs. Joan Martin, Mr. Terrence Sweeny, Miss Elaine 
Hayes, Mr. John Sheehan, Mr. William Young. STANDING: Mr. Robert Charbonneau, Mr. Daniel Sabatino, 
Mr. William Harrington, Mr. Anthony Vallely, Mr. Thomas Lynch; Department Head, Mr. Richard LeMay , 
Mr. Thomas Foley, Mr. Leon Meader, Mr. George Viens. 



Math Department 

A!l modern industrial societies require 
a certain segment of its population to be 
highly trained in Math/Science and the 
remainder at least mathematically liter- 
ate . The Philosophy of the Mathematics 
Department is governed by its function 
which, in essence , is to see that every 
student has the opportunity to enter the 
work-force at the level indicated by his 
ability and interests . 

Here in Waltham , Math , though an 
elective subject, is taken by 80% of the 
school population . The Math Dept . , 
therefore , must offer a wide variety of 
courses to meet the needs of such a broad 
spectrum . 

The array of Math courses now offered , 
which more than adequately meet the 
present needs of students , are the result of 
past experimentation. A Math program 
which is adequate , or even excellent by 
present standards , may not suffice for the 
future . 

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Music Department 




Mr . Thomas Ferrante , Mrs . Erica Boras , Mr . 
Peter Kennedy, Mr. Thomas Dumas; Department 
Head. 



Reading Department 




The Music Department at Waltham High School presents the stu- 
dent with a wide variety of means to study and learn music form and 
style . Students interested in Band and Chorus participate in concerts , 
assembly programs , marching activities , and community functions . 
These courses introduce the student to all styles of the finest in musi- 
cal literature . Students also have the opportunity to study the Theory 
of music - which involves the study of scales , intervals , modulation 
and altered chords , hormonization of melodies , ear training and 
music dictation. 



Physical Education 




Miss Helen Castros, Mr. Peter Dexter, Miss Claire Nolan; Depart- 
ment Head, Miss Kathryn Kouray, Mrs. Geraldine Baker, Mr. Steve 
Uno , Mrs . Isabell Allan , Mr . Leonard Sorin , Mr . Henry Woronicz , 
Mrs . Nina Skavenski , Mr . Clifford Poirier . 



The reading program is offered to all students having classes that 
range from remedial to college level . 

Pupils may enroll on a voluntary basis and work on an individually 
planned program according to their specific needs . These needs are 
determined by means of a series of diagnostic tests. The pupils then 
receive individualized instruction to attempt to bring their reading 
level up to full potential . 

Instructions are offered in the following areas: word attack, vocab- 
ulary , comprehension , study skills , speed reading , spelling and 
improving work habits . 

As the years pass , more students are participating in the reading 
program indicating its popularity . We are convinced that reading is 
an essential feature of the high school curriculum. Continued growth, 
appreciation and participation in future years is anticipated . 



Mr. Barry Gretsky, Mr. Paul Cerqua; Department 
Head , Mr . John Carroll . 



Science Department 




SEATED: Mr. Jerry Nelson, Mr. Steve Grant, Dr. Alan Aymes; Department Head, Mr. 
Elwood Streeter, Mr. Richard McKnight. STANDING: Mrs. Karen Robinson , Mrs. Carol 
Graceff a , Mrs . Barbara Hantman , Mrs . Barbara Cappucci , Miss Eve Coppell , Miss Patricia 
Gladys , Miss Mary Overman . 



The Science Program at Waltham 
High is designed to accommodate 
both college-bound and non-col- 
lege-bound students. The rich vari- 
ety of courses in biology, chemis- 
try, physics, and earth science pro- 
vides not only the necessary science 
background to function intelligently 
in a technologically oriented soci- 
ety , but also a sophisticated depar- 
ture point for those students wishing 
to pursue science and science -rela- 
ted careers. To implement the pro- 
gram , the High School has some 
extraordinary physical facilities - 
e.g., the planetarium , the plant 
and animal room , the photography 
lab , and the recently established 
marine biology lab. The program's 
greatest asset , however , is its staff 
- a group of eighteen expert teach- 
ers , dedicated to making science a 
meaningful and interesting subject 
to all students . 



Social Studies Department 



The Social Studies Department 
sees its role as involving the stu- 
dent in the History of his nation 
and the world . The need to know 
the past for the present is a 
requirement for living. In addi- 
tion the study of man , his insti- 
tutions and his psyche are exam- 
ined and developed in Sociology , 
Psychology, Government, and 
Economics . 




SEATED: Mr. John Graceff a, Mrs. Mary Kellerman, Miss Patricia Mogan, Mr. Saul Rich- 
man; Department Head, Ms. Nancy Maguire, Mr. Richard Sullivan. STANDING: Ms. 
Roberta Kanarek, Mr. Harold Walker, Mr. Ted Jacobs, Mr. Micheal Macey, Mr. Edward 
Burke, Mr. Marvin Owens, Mr. Norman MacDonald, Mr. Steven Goodwin , Mrs. Nancy -99 
Dobies. 




Jimmy Ward, Julie Higgines, Debbie Greici, Judy O'Mara, Ed Finnell, 
Steve Buteau , Kevin Shea , Michelle Pieneau , Marie Zagwyn . 




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The Aviation Club 

ROW I: Patrick Kelly, Karen Cummisky, John 
Gohmes, Brian Moore. ROW II: Mr. McKnight; advi- 
sor , John Kerr , Anthony Nester , Kevin Jensen , Joe 
Bonf iglio , Danny Jensen , Tony Princiotta , Scot 
Anderson, Jim Cincotta, Diane Guidebeck. ROW III: 
Mark Mc Alpine , Chris Pittman , Barry Sullivan, 
Constantinos Voulgaropoulos , Kevin Pinkham . 



The Audio-Visual Club 

ROW I: Karen Aldred, Lisa Fine, Dan Goldstein, 
Richard Preston. ROW II: Mark LeBlanc, Gary 
Aronberg, Ralph Badger, Sean McGuilicutty , 
Katie McQuaid, John Cavanaugh, Tom Casey, 
Mickey Olivo. ROW III: Mr. William Lawler; 
advisor, Donna Stankard, Michael Hoyt, Jean 
Dietrich, Diane Fenton, Gene Boeglin, Tom 
Harte, Terry LeBlanc, Brian LeFort, John Kerr, 
Mr. Robert Schubert; advisor. ROW IV: Charles 
Tufts , Joe Foran , David McLaughlin , Joe 
McLeilan, Joe Bonf iglio , Hector Arenez . 





The Chemistry Club 

ROW I: Mr. McKnight; advisor, Mrs. Hantman; 
advisor, Susan Langill , Kiki Voulgaropoulos , 
Andrea Dahl, Karen Cummisky. ROW II: Maureen 
Shelley, Mary English, Lisa Fine. ROW III: Caro- 
lyn Landry, Robert Kelleher, Mike Varteresian, 
Louis Davirris , Kevin Jesen , Carol Nasco , Danny 
Jensen, Michelle Jackman. ROW IV: Russell John- 
ston, John Gohmes, Jean Dietrich, Paul Harri- 
man , Debbie Giarlando , Donna Rapp , Tony Prin- 
ciotta . 




The Chess Club 

Tom Hart, Bill Hobson, Doug Lee, Mark Goodwin, 
Arthur Genova, Mr. Viens; faculty advisor. MISS- 
ING: Mr. Young; advisor. 



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The Drama 
Club 

ROW ONE: Anne Power, Cynthia 
Howard, Laurie Davis, Patty Cor- 
coran , Judi Anatasi , Monica Fitzger- 
ald , Meg LaShoto , Susan Dulong , 
Laura LeBlanc. ROW TWO: Laura 
DiLuca , Carol Corcoran , Sally 
Peters , Lisa Caruso , Sue Langill , Jill 
Lashway, Pat Kelley, Martha Roo- 
ney , Anita Burwell , Mary Waddick , 
Judy English , Kerry Woods , Debbie 
Giorlando , Merrill Pearson , Linda 
Cottone, Debbie Stockwood, Bob 
Kelleher , Maureen Garrity , Neil 
Santangello , Brian Gaudet , Dennis 
Gaudet , Ed Biggins , Dan Goldstein , 
John Driscoll. ROW THREE: Maria 
Abbondanzio , Joyce Talanian , Karen 
Dimattia , Ann Cronin , Joyce 
LaCava , Dave Pittman , Chris 
Moran , Dan Romard , Carol Holsten , 
Margie Faulstich , Jim Harris , Joan 
Hantman, Reid Leonard, Lisa Mili- 
nazzo, Jim Simeone, Norman Jail- 
let, Charlie Mansfield. 






The Ecology Club 



Constantine Voulgaropoulos , Chris Pittman , 
Jimmy Cincotta, Mrs. Cappucci; advisor, Mau- 
reen Farrell, Carol Landry, Danny Jensen, Scott 
Anderson , Debbie Giorlando , Chris Johnson , Amy 
LeBlanc , Mary English . 






The Forum Club 

SEATED: Miss Mogan; advisor, Mrs. Keller- 
man; advisor, Susan Burstein, Susan Langill , 
Maureen Garrity, Debra Stockwood. STAND- 
ING: Herb Vanesse, David Archdeacon, James 
Moran, Hyung Kim, Alan Bowers, Charles 
Knox, Dennis Gaudet, Robert Kelleher , Tony 
Princiotta . 



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The French Club 

ROW I: Wayne Grumney, Chris Pittman, Michael 
Varteresian , Scott Anderson , John Battaglino . ROW 
II: Sue Burstein, Kathy McKenzie, Hyung Kim, 
Lisa Fine , Julie Higgins , Dennis Gaudet , Carol 
Nasco. ROW III: Mr. Karian; advisor, Bill Costell, 
Dave Aucoin, Anne Power, Patty Corcoran, Jim 
Harris , Sue Langill , Isabelle Vintejaux , Peggy 
Crossman , Joyce Brockway , Peter Connolly , Kathy 
Kasper, Anita Burwell, Estelle O'Dowd, Cindy 
Awiszus . 



The German Club 

SEATED: Dr. Yarkin; advisor, Lisa Fine, Russell 
Johnston , Jill Lashway , Danny Jensen , Ms . Eliza- 
beth Fryer; advisor. STANDING: Adina LiHell, 
Robert Shaw , Diane Fenton , Sue Winterkorn , 
Jimmy Simeone , Therease Rheaume , Susan 
Kenny, Jeanne Dietrich, Dave Archdeacon, Rob- 
ert Kelleher , Mitchell Becker . 





Health Assistants 

SEATED: Debbie Gallant, Claire LeBlanc, Chris- 
tine Egerton, Robin Seaholm, Cheryl Hansen. 
STANDING: Mrs. Ellis, R.N. , Nancy Shanley, 
Nancy Olbrys, Donna LeBlanc, Shawn 
McLaughlin, Mrs. Brown; Student Nurse , Mrs. 
Fitzpatrick, R.N. 



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Fund Raising Committee 



SEATED: Rosemary Casey, Julie Rizzo, Joyce Bizzozero, 
Dianne LeBlanc , Alan Bowers. STANDING: Beth English, 
Maryjane Callahan, Judy Keefe, Susan Maillet. 






The National Honor Society 



OFFICERS: Dianne Manley; treasurer, Lisa Paige; president, Elaine Rancatore; vice-pres- 
ident, Kathy Ohnemus; secretary, Mr. Leverone; advisor. 



Honor Society 
Toy Drive 




The Honor Society 

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Stoneham Zoo 




This year members of the 
Honor Society volunteered their 
services on Tuesday and Wednes- 
day afternoons at the Fernald 
School in Waltham. Led by fac- 
ulty advisor Mr. Leverone, the 
group spent time with the resi- 
dents playing , talking, and giv- 
ing parties for certain holidays. 
The volunteer program ended the 
season with a visit to the Stone - 
ham Zoo in May. 





The Italian Club 

ROW ONE: Elise DeLeo, Cindy Maccagnano, 
Lee Cetrano, Joanne Conti, Beth English. ROW 
TWO: Lisa Morizio, Vickie Rizzo, Jim Maz- 
zeo , Nancy Mula , Joseph Santolucito . Mr . 
Pizzi; Advisor. 





The Latin Club 

ROW ONE: John Battaglino, Michael Vartere- 
sian , Lisa Fine , Pat Kelly , Ann Booth , Steve 
DeVincent, Joanne Sabetti, Charles Knox, 
Dave Hassett , Lina Campos , Neil Dineen , 
Wayne Grumney, Sheila Casella, Scott Ander- 
son, Robert DiBacco. ROW TWO: Cynthia 
Perry , Adina Littell , Karen Lannigan , Peter 
Connolly , Jimmy Harris , Sue Winterkorn , Lucy 
Chen, Estelle O'Dowd, Julis Mahoney, Anne 
Power , Laurie Davis , Leslie Chiasson , Vickie 
Rizzo , Mary Ann Papia , David Burley , Ann 
Melidio, Hildy Carlson , Mrs. Malenfant, 
advisor. ROW THREE: Chris Pittman, Bob 
Shaw, Wayne Varteresian, Kevin Smith, Moira 
Mahoney , Joyce Brockway , Mary Lynne 
McBride , Tim Carney , Laura LeBlanc , Chris 
Johnson , Denise Poirier , John Gomes , Dave 
Doneski , Bill Costello , John Molinari , Mary 
Daley. 

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Language 
Laboratory 
Assistants 

Joy Hallowell, Sue Thompson, Mary O'Connor; 
aide, Diane Crane, Leslie MacDonald, Law- 
rence Frye , Bob Edry , Garvis DeVeau . 



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Main Office 
Assistants 

Patty Cassidy , Barbara Ingersoll , Karen Pick- 
ette , Karen Dooley . 



Library/Media 
Center 
Aides 

ROW ONE: Elaine Noonan, Jill Lashway, Sue 
Langill, Kim Schofield. ROW TWO: Carmella 
Marinaro, Ed Biggins, Gary Imhoff, Dave Orif- 
ice , Jill Forsythe , Brian Moore , Alex Apollon , 
Heather Hill. 





Photography Club 

ROW ONE: Mike Varteresian, John Gomes, 
Jeanne Dietrich, Diane Guidebeck , Mr. Reed; 
advisor. ROW TWO: Dale George Tekeyan, 
Judy Conrad, Diedre Thompson. ROW THREE: 
Constantine Voulgaropoulos . 



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Pioneer 
Caterers 

Chef II , also known as The 
Pioneer Caterers, is a self-sup- 
porting class that earns its money 
from the large sale of pumpkin 
bread, in November, and the 
catering of refreshments for 
department meetings , held in 
high school . The Chef II curricu- 
lum requires the keeping of a 
cost record book and student 
shopping for class supplies using 
wholesale purchase methods 
whenever possible . If large 
amounts of money accumulate , 
they are kept in the school safe 
and earmarked for a field trip . 
Some money is kept on hand for 
purchasing needs and is the 
responsibility of the teacher . 
Monies left over in June may be 
left for the incoming class or 
used to purchase special equip- 
ment for this catering group . The 
class members gain members 
gain knowledge and practical 
skills required in running a small 
business . 




ROW ONE: Kenneth LeBlanc, Tom Leger, Dominic Zaia, John Sabatino, Paul Aborn. ROW 
TWO: Michael Noone, Don Place, Steve Vano, Brian Gallagher, John Mandile, Bill LeLievre. 
ROW THREE: Albert Gabrielli, Lester MacKenzie, Scott McCullough, James Baillio, Kevin 
Priestman, Charles Tufts. 




The Ski Club 

ROW ONE: Diane Melanson, Pam 
Chipman , Cheryll Howard , 
Nancy Corcoran, Denise Saba- 
tino , Joy Hallowell , Judy 
Lazaro , Jodi Donlon , Lisa Bour- 
geois, Kathy Sullivan, Mr. 
McDonnell. ROW TWO: Beth 
Levey , Karen Dooley , Monica 
Fitzgerald, Susan Poirier, Karen 
Johnson , Kevin McSweeney , 
Michael Mele , Anthony Ferrara . 
ROW THREE: June Mouradjian, 
Mary Beth Mullins , Robin 
Marchese , Ricky Humphreys , 
John Grasiosi , Billy Aucoin , 
Brian Venuti , Al Ferrara , Tom 
Finney, Chris Fox, Joe Guide - 
beck , Peter Cormier , Dave 
Nasco , Kevin Fogg , Bobby Bax- 
ter. ROW FOUR: Michael 
DeMarco , Donald Fenney , Rus- 
sell Crane , Tom Moore , Dan 
Davis, NeilDineen, Doug Burns. 




The Spanish Club 

SEATED: Mary English, Lisa Fine, Carolyn 
Landry. STANDING: Michael Varteresian, 
Dale Leonard , Annie Luna , Mary Jo Murphy , 
Peggy Duffy, Jill Lashway, Merry Sanon, Mr. 
Hugo Santamaria; advisor. 



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ROW ONE: Reid Leonard, Hanna Griff, Patty 
Corcoran. ROW TWO: Mr. Tierney; advisor, 
Ken Mandile, Jim Frechette, Jim Moran. 





The Television 
Club 

ROW ONE: Frank Joyce, Paul Joyal. ROW 
TWO: Mr. Matthews; advisor, Karen Aldred, 
Dan Goldstein , John Kelly , Joe Bonf iglio , ERic 
Kaufman , Gene Boeglin , Brian McPherson , 
John Kerr, John Cavanaugh, Mr. Lawler, advi- 
sor. ROW THREE: Tom Casey. 



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Child Care 



The Child Care Program provides students 
with a basic understanding of the physical , 

)cial, emotional, and intellectual growth of 
the young child . The influence of parents , 
school, and environment is studied , equipping 
students to relate effectively to children how, 
and to their future life* Field trips , observa 
tions and guest speakers are included. 




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Health Careers 

A segment of the Career Development Program which 
is comprised of Junior and Senior students who are 
interested in exploring the various careers available in 
the health care field . 

Classroom instruction includes Health principles and 
Body Structure and Function . Patient care procedures 
are practiced in the school laboratory . 

Senior students are assigned to community health 
agencies one morning each week . Their experience 
includes a general hospital , a rehabilitation hospital , a 
geriatric facility and a program for multi-handicapped 
children . 




Marist Hill Nursing - Kim Oliveri, Donna Murphy, Kim Jones, Ann 
Marie McCarthy with patient and staff members. 






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Waltham Hospital (X-Ray) - Donna LeBlanc with staff. 



Fernald School - Noreen Glynn, Debbie Wessell, Mary Haffey, Mrs. 
Coen and staff . 





Middlesex County Hospital - Susan Croteau, Barbara Ryan, Mrs. 
Divitt , Cheryl Hansen , Paula Vitale , Michelle Furdon . 



Fernald School - Noreen Glynn and 
Debbie Wessell . 




Fernald School - Mary Haff ey . 




Fernald School - Noreen Glynn , Debbie Wessell , Mary Haff ey , and Mrs . Coen . 




Waltham Hospital (OPD) - Liz Kantowski. 





Waltham Hospital (Pediatrics) 
Jane McDonald. 





- Mary Fernald School - Debbie Wessell , 




Marist Hill Nursing Home - Toni Karr, Ann- 
Marie McCarthy, Donna Murphy, Kim Jones, 
Kim Oliveri. 



Fernald School - Noreen Glynn and 
Debbie Wessell. 



Waltham Hospital (Emergency 
Room) - Patricia Galvin. 317 



Office Occupations 



The Cooperative Office Occupations Program is opened to 
seniors and juniors and is designed to provide the student 
interested in pursuing a business career with actual experi- 
ence in office occupations before high school graduation . 

It is a combination of office training and work experience 
in which the school , the student , and the businessman in the 
community work together in preparing the student for 
employment in an office occupation. This method of educa- 
tion places the student in an office position while he is 
enrolled in related training in school . 




Joyce Robichaud works for Dr. Leon Ginsburg, an optometrist in Waltham, as a 
clerical assistant in his office . 




Joy Fenton is employed by Thermo Electron as an 
office assistant/receptionist. 




Cheryl Pratt and her supervisor, Mr. R. Mulvey, 
at the U.S. Corps of Engineers , Drafting , and 
Graphics Arts Section . 




Joanne Baker is a co-op student at Newton -Waltham Bank where 
she is employed as a clerk-typist in their Marketing Department. 




Pamela Ravesi is here working as an 
accounting clerk at Lexicon Inc. 



Lisa Salem is employed by I . B . M . as a junior secretary in their 
General Systems Division in Waltham . 





Donna Lopez, in her office at Beatty Bros. Pharmacy. Donna is 
employed as an accounting clerk. 



Patricia Cormier on her co-op station 
in the office of Dr. Sanford Hecht, 
Opthamologist . She is employed as a 
clerk typist . 




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Jeanne Walsh works for Bolt, Beranek, and New- 
man as a receptionist/typist . 



Barbara Ingersoll and her supervisor at Traveler s Insur- „ „,. . , . . , 

„ ° , . . r . ., . . ,. Karen Tiano works as a clerk-typist for Bay State 

ance Co. Barbara is employed as a clerk-typist in their _ Jr ' 

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claim office . 




Rossana Cappadona is shown here in her office at Household 
Finance Corporation . She is employed as a clerk-typist . 



Bernadine Hoffman works at Cryogenic Tech- 
nology Inc . as a clerk in the Drafting Depart- 
ment. 



Cynthia Soderholm is employed by 
I.B.M. as a junior secretary in their Gen- 
eral Systems Division in Waltham . 




Patricia Cassidy is employed as a clerk-typist in the office of Mr. 
S . Lombardi , Director of the Waltham School Lunch Program . 



Laurie Lindsay is shown here in her 
office at the Smaller Business Assoc . 
of N.E. , Inc. She is employed as an 
office assistant. 



Nicole LeBlanc performs her job as proofing 
machine operator at the Newton- Waltham Bank. 



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ALFREDO'S 

1104 Lexington Street 

Waltham, MA 

ALL METAL SCREW PRODUCTS CO. 
223 Cresent Street 

Waltham, MA 



INC. 



AMERICAN APPLIANCE SERVICE INC. 
469 Main Street 
Waltham, MA 

AMES MASTERS OF MEASUREMENT 
131 Lexington Street 
Waltham, MA 

ANN MARGARET BEAUTY SALON 
290 Lexington Street 
Waltham, MA 

ARBY'S ROAST BEEF RESTAURANT 
806 Main Street 
Waltham, MA 

BALFOUR JEWELRY'S FINEST CRAFTSMEN 
Box 822 Oakridge Ave. R.F.D.2 
North Attleboro , MA 

BALTULIS 

333 Moody Street, Room 202 

Waltham, MA 

BAY STATE FLORIST SUPPLY 
285 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, MA 

BELMONT CAR WASH 
430 Trapelo Road 
Belmont, MA 

BENTLEY COLLEGE 
Forest Street 
Waltham, MA 

BIRD PRECISION JEWELS 
1 Spruce Street 
Waltham, MA 

BLUE RIBBON DAIRY 
Great Road 

Bedford, MA 

BOUQUET SHOP 
881 Main Street 
Waltham, MA 

BRADY BEEF CO. 
34 Elm Street 
Waltham, MA 

BRASCO FLORIST, INC. 
229 High Street 
Waltham, MA 

CAM'S DRIVER EDUCATION SCHOOL 
976 Main Street 
Waltham, MA 

CHARLESBANK 

56 Charlesriver Road 

Waltham, MA 

CHATEAU RESTAURANT 
195 School Street 
Waltham, MA 

CHESTERBROOK RESTAURANT 

260 Lexington Street 
Waltham, MA 

COLEMAN & SONS REALTORS 
451 Main Street 
320 Waltham, MA 



COLONIAL REAL ESTATE 
19 Lexington Street 
Waltham, MA 

COMMERCIAL FOODS & EQUIPMENT SERVICE 
North Woburn , MA 

COMMUNITY NATIONAL 
Moody Street 
Waltham, MA 

COTTAGE CREST RESTAURANT 
610 Trapelo Road 
Waltham, MA 

DAN-CELCO. INC. 
376 Waverly Oaks Road 
Waltham, MA 

DEAN DAIRY 
5 Beaver Street 
Waltham, MA 

DEFINO'S 

860 Lexington Street 

Waltham, MA 

DISCLAND 

290 Moody Street 

Waltham, MA 

DRAGON CHEF 
679 Moody Street 
Waltham, MA 

EDWARDS JEWELRY CO. 
246 Moody Street 
Waltham, MA 

EMBASSY TROPHY CO. 
479 Moody Street 
Waltham, MA 



EUCLID CONST. 
Overland Road 
Waltham, MA 



CORP. 



INSURANCE 



NICHOLAS G. FAGGAS FUNERAL DIRECTOR 
551 Mt. Auburn Street 
Watertown, MA 

FANFARE FRUIT, INC. 
52 Franklin Street 
Quincy, MA 

FARM BUREAU 
Lexington Street 
Waltham, MA 

T. A. FAULDS CO. 
281 Hyde Park Ave. 
BOSTON, MA 

FLYNN & FLYNN, ESQS 
411 Main Street 
Waltham, MA 

FORMALWEARLTD. 
15 Elm Street 

Waltham, MA 

FRANK'S OF ROME 
1100 Lexington Street 
Waltham, MA 

GARBER GIRLS 
Waltham, MA 

GARBER TRAVEL 

GUARANTY FIRST TRUST 
600 Main Street 
Waltham, MA 



GUTHRIE LUMBER CO. 
187 Lexington Street 
Waltham, MA 

HANLON'S MEN'S SHOES, INC. 
484 Moody Stteet 
Waltham, MA 

HEWLETT-PACKARD CO. 
175 Wyman Street 
Waltham, MA 

HILLCREST 
Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, MA 

HONOR SOCIETY OF W . H . S . 

Waltham, MA 

HOUSE OF IRELAND 
20 Lexington Street 
Waltham, MA 

JOHNSON JEWELERS 
653 Main Street 
Waltham, MA 

JORDAN'S FURNITURE 
289 Moody Street 
Waltham, MA 

FRANCIS J. JOYCE & SONS, INC. 
552 Main Street 
Waltham, MA 

LOUIS J. KIRSH 
550 Moody Street 
Waltham, MA 

LaCROSSE LANDSCAPE CO. 
Waltham, MA 

LAZAROINC. 

56 Juniper Hill Road 

Waltham, MA 

JOHNF. LEE REALTORS 
903 Main Street 
Waltham, MA 

LEVIN'S 

22 Lexington Street 

Waltham, MA 

THE LOFT AT 144 
144 Moody Street 
Waltham, MA 

TOM LYONS CORP. 
210 Lexington Street 
Waltham, MA 

MacNABBENG. CO. INC. 
131 Lexington Street 
Waltham, MA 

MAIN OIL COMPANY 
205 Lexington Street 
Waltham, MA 

MAIN ST. AUTO, SALES & SERVICE INC. 
1036-1040 Main Street 
Waltham, MA 

MARCOU JEWELERS 
3 Moody Street 
Waltham, MA 

MASS BROKEN STONE 
133 Boston Post Road 
Weston, MA 



MCDONALD'S 
289 Main Street 
Waltham , MA 

john p. mcqueen insurance 

828 Moody Street 
Waltham, MA 

MENDELSOHN'S INC. 
469 Moody Street 
Waltham, MA 

MIDDLESEX FAMILY CO-OP 
Main Street 
Waltham, MA 

MOOSE CLUB 
17 Spruce Street 
Waltham, MA 

MOR REAL 
128 High Street 
Waltham, MA 

MR. FORMAL 

1097 Lexington Street 

Waltham, MA 

MR. PETERS 
442 Moody St . 
Waltham, MA 

MULDOON STUDIO 
698 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 

MULLANEY'S PHARMACY 
Main St . 
Waltham, MA 

MULTIPANE OF NEW ENGLAND 
144 Moody St . 
Waltham, MA 

MURRAY OFFICE & FURNITURE EQUIP. 
55 Moody St. 
Waltham, MA 

MUTUAL BANK FOR SAVINGS 

Waltham, MA 

NEW ENGLAND STORES 
Lexington St. 
Waltham, MA 

NEWTON-WALTHAM BANK 
880 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 

O'BRIEN & JOHNSON INC. 
178 Forbes Rd . 
Braintree, MA 

OLYMPIC HOUSE OF PIZZA 
873 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 

O' TOOLE FLORIST 
719 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 

PAINO - LaCAVAR.T. 
460 Totten Pond Rd . 
Waltham, MA 

PURDY VANTINE STUDIOS 



RICCI FARMS 
659 Trapelo Rd. 
Waltham, MA 

RISEBERG'S 
Moody St. 
Waltham, MA 

J.F. &R.I. ROBINSON 
55 Moody St. 
Waltham, MA 

ROLLS-ROYCE LIMOUSINE SERVICE 
6 Manor Rd . 
Waltham, MA 

RUSSO ART STUDIOS 
333 Moody St. 
Waltham, MA 

SAL'S PIZZA 
470 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 

SELIG REAL ESTATE 
977 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 

GEORGE SPENCER & CO. 
Springfield MA 

STANDARD ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. 
1339 Main St. 
WALTHAM, MA 

TAYLOR & MURPHY 
188 Lexington St. 
Waltham, MA 

TAYLOR PUBLISHING 
Dallas, Texas 

TAYTERSINC. 
18 Calvery St. 
Waltham, MA 

TECH-HI-FI 

667 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 

THERMO ELECTRON CORP. 
101 First Ave. 
Waltham, MA 

TONY'S SPA 
47 Lexington St. 
Waltham, MA 

TWINBROOK INDUSTRIAL CLEANING 
31 Lincoln Terrace 
Waltham, MA 

VINCENT'S HEALTH SPA 
560 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 

WAL-LEX RECREATION CENTER 
800 Lexington St . 
Waltham, MA 



WALSH'S GETTY SERVICE CENTER 
1036 Lexington St. 
Waltham, MA 



WALTHAM CHEMICAL CO. 
817 Moody St. 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM CUSTODIANS ASSOC. 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM EDUCATOR'S ASSOC. 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM FEDERAL SAVINGS 
Waltham, MA 



WALTHAM FIRE DEPT. 
# 866 Lexington St . 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM INSURANCE CTR. 
677 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM NURSING HOME, INC. 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM OPTICAL CENTER 
190 Lexington St. 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM POLICE DEPT. 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM PUBLISHING CO. 
Pine St. 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM RECRUITING STATION 
671 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK 
Main St. 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM SPA 
Moody St. 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM SUPER MARKET 
836 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE 
Spring St . 

WALTHAM TRAVEL 
682 Main St. 
Waltham, MA 

WALTHAM WOMEN CAFETERIA WORKERS 
Waltham, MA 

WEST END CHEVROLET 
110 South St. 
Waltham, MA 

R. S. WILDER INC. 
26 Bedford St. 
Waltham, MA 

YOLANDA ENT. INC. 
355 Waverly Oaks Rd . 
Waltham, MA 



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266 Moody St. 
Waltham, MA 



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215 Lexington St. 
Waltham, MA 



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FRIENDS OF WALTHAM HIGH 

BARRY J. AGRANAT DMD 
PETER BEER MD 
ADRIAN BLAKE MD 
MORRIS J. BORDENCA MD 
JOSEPH J. CARAVAGLIO MD 
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JOHN CRAIG MD 
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EDWARD J. LYONS DMD 
HECTOR MARIN MD 
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PATRONS 



THE ANGELO FAMILY 

ANNE MARIE 

MS THERESA AUCOIN 

REDAUERBACH 

LEDABABIN 

BARBI AND GEORGE 

MARIE BATTISTA 

EDWARD BIGGINS 

WILLIAM BONNEY 

MARY BOWLER 

MAUREEN BRADY 

MRS. ALICE BRADY 

MR. and MRS. PAUL BRADY 

PAUL BRADY 

KEN BROWN 

ARTHUR F.BRYANT 

JILL BRYANT 

KATHERINE BRYANT 

EDDIE AND BARBARA BURNS AND FAMILY 

SUSAN CATI NO 

CHEF II CLASSES 

ELNA CORMIER 

MR. AND MRS. KENNETH F. CORMIER 

DAVE COWENS 

EDDIE CUTLER 

HARRY CUTLER 

DENNIS J. DELANEY 

BILLDUNPHY 

FR.DURKIN 

KAREN FELT AND FRIEND 

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT FEROLA 

FRED 

MICHAEL GIORGETTI 

DEBBIE GIORLANDO 

DOREENGIRARD 

HANNA GRIFF 

JOHN HAVLICEK 

TOMMY HEINSOHN 

KAREN HOLLAND 

WILLIAM HOLMAN 

KEITH IRVINE M 76" 



ANN KING 
STEVE KING 
HARRY MACAFEE 
AL MACE 
ANNEMaclNNIS 
KATHYMacKENZIE 
G. F. MAGRATH 
ERNIE MAGUIRE 
DR. MASI 

donna matteson 
Leslie Mcdonald 

MS NANCY McGUIRE 

MR. AND MRS. A. MELANSON 

MS PATRICIA MOGAN 

MR. AND MRS. FRANK MORREALLE 

JOHNNY MOST 

MR. AND MRS. ALPHONE MULA AND 

FAMILY 
JEFF NOCERA 
MARYANNENOONE 
JOE O'BRIEN 
DENISE PETERS 
JEANNE F.PETRIE 
JOHN PETRIE 
LYNN PETRIE 
MR. BENJAMIN PIZZI 
REBECCA 

CLIFFORD AND CHRISTINE REBENARK 
MR. CHARLES REZZUTI 
ELMONDE RICHARD 
CHARLIE SCOTT 
PAUL SILAS 
DAWN SWEET 
KARYL LEE SWIMMER 
NANCY K.TOWNSEND 
ELISETREGLIA 
LOUISA TRUISANO 
MR.TWOMEY 
JO JO WHITE 
MR. AND MRS. VICTOR F. WILSON 



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Homeroom 310 




BRIAN WILSON, JUDITH WILSON, KATHLEEN WILSON, SUSAN WITHROW, MICHAEL YOW, ARLENE ZACHER, 
DOMINIC ZAIA, STELLA ZAIA, RONALD ZAMMUTO, CHRISTINE ZAMPITELLA, DIANNA ZANCO, ANTHONY 
ZARELLA, CARMELA ZAWADSKI, RONALD ZEYTOONIAN, PAUL ZUBRINSKI 



Homeroom 312 




324 



ANN TULLO, RICHARD TURLICK, PATRICIA UMBRELLO, LAWRENCE VANARIA, GARY VANDERFORD, STEVEN 
VANO, MICHAEL VARTERESIAN, JANE VASQUEZE, ISABELLE VINTEJOUX, DIANE TEEVEN, CHARLES TERENZIO, 
ANGELA TERRASI, DONALD TERRASI, JULIE TERRASI, ALFRED TEXERIA, RONALD THIBODEAU, SUSAN THIDE- 
MANN, GARY THURSTON, KAREN TIANO, LAWRENCE TOCCI, ELISA TREGLIA, JAMES TRUE, MICHELLE TRUM- 
BOUR 




Homeroom 313 



STEVEN SMITH, CYNTHIA SODERHOLM, CHARLES SPINELLI, 
STEVEN STAFFORD, DEAN STANLEY, EDWARD STANTON, JAN- 
ICE STANTON, ERIC STEINBERG, LAWRENCE STEPANIS, DEBRA 
STINEHOUR, JOYCE STIVALA, JEFFREY STOCKI, DEBORAH 
STOCKWOOD, PATRICIA STROM, CHERYL SULLIVAN, MARK 
SULLIVAN, MAUREEN SULLIVAN, PAUL SUTHERLAND, JANET 
SWANTON, MARIA SWEENEY, KATHLEEN SWENSON, EDWARD 
SZABO, GRAY TANASHIAN, KIM TANNER, PATRICIA TAR- 
WTO, MARIE TARJAN, NADINE TAYLOR, CATHERINE TEELE 











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Homeroom 315 




LILLIAN SANTANGELO, NEIL SANTANIELLO, LIBERATO SANTIAGO, JOSEPH SANTOLUCITO, CHRISTOPHER SAULNIER, LISA SAVOY, 
JAYNE SAWTELLE, JOSEPH SCAFIDI, PETER SCAFIDI, KRISTEN SCHOPEN, LYNNE SCOTT, RICHARD SCOTT, MARK SEGIEN, MARY 
SELIG, DANIEL SHAUGHNESSY, TIMOTHY SHAW, KEVIN SHEA, MARY SHEA, STEPHEN SHEDD, MAUREEN SHELLEY, KAREN SIDERS, 
DIANE SLATTERY, DAVID SMITH, DEBORAH SMITH, DOROTHY SMITH, EVERETT SMITH, MELISSA SMITH, NEIL SMITH 




326 



Homeroom 317 




SALVATORE COSTA, JOYCE ROBICHAUD, PAUL ROCHATKA, PAMELA ROCHE, WILLIAM ROCHE, DIANE ROLLER, MARTHA ROONEY, PATRICIA ROSS, 
ROGER RUNDLETT , JOSEPH RUSSO, MARILYNN RUSSO, RAYMOND RUSSO, THOMAS RUTLEDGE, BARBARA RYAN, JANIS RYAN, JOHN RYAN, PATRI- 
CIA RYAN, THOMAS RYBERG, JOHN SABATINO, SUSAN SABETTI, LISA SALEM, HEIDI SALTZBERG, STEPHANIE SALVUCCI, KENNETH SAMUELIAN, 
RENEE SAMUELS, MERRY SANON, PAUL SANTAMARIA, STEPHEN SANTAMARIA. 






327 




Homeroom 318 



LINDA RANDOPH, DAVID RANDO, DIANE RANDO, PAMELA RAVESI , DEBORAH RAY, 
DIERDREREADE, MICHAEL REGAN , MICHAEL REYNOLDS , ANNERHEAUME, LINDA RHE- 
AUME, DEBORARICCI, DIANE RICCI, CLAUDE RICHARD, ARMEJEAN RICO , JOHN RILEY, 
ANNMARIE RITA, JULIE RIZZO, CLAUDE ROBICHAUD, MARGARET ROSE 





328 



Homeroom 319 




JOHN PARISI, LINDA PARLEE, SHEILA PARRELLA, BEATRICE PASSERELLO, MERILL PEARSON, RICHARD PERKINS, 
DENISE PETERS , BRIAN PETRIE, KAREN PICKETTE, DONALD PLACE, KATHLEEN POIRIER, ROBERT POIRIER, SUSAN 
POIRIER, STEPHEN PORTER, VIRGINIA POWDERLY , WILLIAM POWER, CHERYL PRATT, GREGG PRESCOTT , DAVID 
PRESTON, DIANNE PRICE, KEVIN PRIESTMAN, PATRICIA PRIEST, SUZANNE PURCHASE, STEVEN QUALTERS , BRIAN 
QUIRK, ILANA QUIRK, ELAINE RANCATORE 



Homeroom 320 







MARY O'HEARN, KATHLEEN OHNEMUS, STEPHEN OHNEMUS, RICHARD O'KEEFE, KIMBERELY OLIVERI, BERNA- 
DETTO'LOUGHLIN, LINDA OLSON, PRISCILLA OLSON, JUDITH O'MARA, PHILIP ORDILE, CATHERINE O'REILLY, 
DAVID ORIFICE, CATHERINE O'SHEA, DEBRA OTHERO, JOHN O'TOOLE, JOSEPH OTTAVIANO, JANICE OUELLETTE, 
ANTHONY PACITTI, LISA PAIGE, DEBORAH PALUMBO, LAURA PARELLO, THOMAS POWER 



329 



Homeroom 321 




BRIAN MULVANEY, BRIAN MUNROE, DONNA MURPHY, JAMES MURPHY, MARY JO MURPHY, 
JEAN MURRAY, ROBERT MYSHRALL, RICHARD NADEAU, CATHERINE NALLY, DOUGLAS 
NALLY, CHARLES NAMIAS, CAROL NASCO, JOHN NESHE, CYNTHIA NICHOLS, DOUGLAS NIX, 
MARIA NOCELLA, JAMES NOCERA, MICHAEL NOONE, STEPHEN OATES, JOHN O'BRIEN, CHE- 
RYL O'CONNELL, MICHAEL O'CONNELL, DEBORAH O'DETTE, JANTED O'DONOGHUE, JOSEPH 
REDDY. 



330 



Homeroom 325 




JAMES MAZZEO, PATRICIA MCALEER, ANN MARIE MCCARTHY, CALLAGHAN MCCARTHY, WILLIAM MCCARTHY, 
SCOTT MCCULLOUGH, MARY MCDONALD, PATRICIA MCDONALD, KAREN MCELLIN, BARBARA MCENANY, SEAN 
MCGILLICUDDY, MICHAEL MCGILVRAY, ANN MARIE MCGOVERN, SUSAN MCGUIGAN, JAMES MCHUGH, KAREN 
MCHUGH, JANET MCKEON, MICHAEL MCLAUGHLIN, ROBERT MCMAHON, ROBERT MCMILLAN, EDWARD 
MCNULTY, ROBERT MCPHERSON, KATHLEEN MCQUAID , HAROLD MELANSON 



Homeroom 328 




LESLIE LANG, WILLIAM LEWIS, LAURIE LINDSAY, KATHLEEN LIVERMORE, THOMAS LOGAN, ANNETTE LOM- 
BARDO, DONNA LOPEZ, GARY LOPRESTI, JANE LOUGHLIN, JOHN LOUGHLIN, CAROL LUKOSUS, ANNABELLE 
LUNA, CATHERINE LUNDERVILLE, EDWARD LUPINSKI, JOAN LYNCH, MICHAEL LYONS, DEBRA MACKENZIE, GARY 
MACKENZIE, KATHY MACKENZIE, LESTER MACKENZIE, KENNETH MACNEIL 



331 




Homeroom 340 



CYNTHIA LAWSON, CHERYL LAZARO, JOSEPH LAZARO, JAMES 
LEAHY, AMY LEBLANC, CAROL LEBLANC, DAVID LEBLANC, 
DIANE LEBLANC, DONNA LEBLANC, JOANNE LEBLANC, KEN- 
NETH LEBLANC, MARK LEBLANC, NANETTE LEBLANC, NICOLE 
LEBLANC, SUSAN LEBLANC, THOMAS LEGER, MERRIAN LEIGH- 
TON, WILLIAM LELIEVRE, JULIE LEMONT, REID LEONARD, JEAN 
LEVEY, DEBRA LOPEZ 





332 



Homeroom 342 




NORMAN JAILLET, WILLIAM JARRETT, DANIEL JENSON, DEBRA JOHANSEN , DAVID JOHNSON , RUSSELL JOHNSON, 
SVEN JOHNSON, STEPHANIE JOLIAT, BARBARA JONES , KIMBERLY JONES, PAULJOYAL, FRANCIS JOYCE, MICHAEL 
JOYCE, ROBERT KAITZ, JOAN KALOOSTIAN, ANN KANE, ELIZABETH KANTOWSKI, TALINE KAZAIAN, WILLIAM 
KEANEY, EDWARD KEEFE, JUDITH KEEFE, MICHAEL KEEG AN, DEBRA KEIRSTEAD, MICHAEL KELLEY, RICHARD 
KELLEY, KIMBERLY KELLY 



Homeroom 345 




DIANE MELANSON, MARY ANNE MELANSON, JON MELIONES, PATRICE MELLOW, KATHERINE MEYLER, DOUGLAS 
MILINAZZO, NANCY MILLER, SUSAN MILLIAN, KATHLEEN MIRABILE, LINDA MOBILIA, FRANK MOLA, JOHN 
MONAHAN, MICHAEL MOONEY, CAROLINE MOORE, JAMES MORAN, MICHAEL MORIN, DIANE MORREALE, KATHY 
MORROW, DEBORAH MORTENSEN, ANNE MARIE MOSCA, CAROL MOULTON, NANCY MULA, SALVATORE MULA, 
SHARON MULLANEY 



333 





Homeroom 344 




WILLIAM HOBSON, BERNADINE HOFFMAN, BERNICE HOFFMAN, FRANCIS HOGAN, 
ELIZABETH HOLLAND, CHARLES HOPKINS, FREDERICK HORAN, JAMES HORRIGAN, 
CHERYLL HOWARD, JOANNE HOWARD, SANDRA HOWARD, SUSAN HUFF, ROBERT HUM- 
PHREYS, DEBORAH HURLEY, PHILIP HURLEY, TERESE HURLEY, GARY IMHOFF, BARBARA 
INGERSOLL, SHERRY INGERSOLL, MARY JACKMAN, PAMELA JACOME, ERIC JAHRLING 



334 



Homeroom 348 




RICHARD HANLON, CHERYL HANSEN, JOAN HANTMAN, PAMELA HARRINGTON, STEVEN HARRIS, THOMAS HAR- 
RON, WILLIAM HART, KENNETH HARVEY, MARK HARVEY, SUSAN HARVEY, CARLTON HAYES, CHARLES HAYES, 
BRENDALEE HEVESIAN, JEAN HIGGINS, JULIE HIGGINS, ELIZABETH HILL, MICHAEL HILL, JOSEPH HINGEY 



Homeroom 354 




KATHRYN GARRETT, DENNIS GAUDET, LEONA GAUDET, MICHAEL GUADET, MARY ANN GIROLAMO, GERALD 
GIULIANO, DEBORAH GLAWSON, EDWARD GLIDDEN, NOREEN GLYNN, LYNNE GODFREY, CLAUDE GOGUEN, DEN- 
ISE GOGUEN, JEAN GOODWIN, MARTHA GRAY, MICHAEL GREGORICUS, DEBORAH GRIECI, GERALD GRIFFIN, ROB- 
ERT GRIFFIN, PAUL GROSS, ROBERT GROSS. RHONDA GUDEWICH, MARK GULLOTTI, KENNETH HACHEY, MARY 
HAFFEY, NOUSHIG HAGOPIAN, STEVEN HALSTEAD 



335 



Homeroom 362 




ROBERT FALZONE, PATRICIA FAMOSI, RAYMOND FANARA, DENISE FARRELL, MAUREEN FARRELL, KEVIN FEELEY, FRANCIS FEENEY, 
JOY FENTON, MARK FERRO, LEE FETBROTH, LISA FINE, DAVID FINELY, EDMUND FINNELL, SUSAN FIORILLO, GARY FITZGERALD, 
MATTHEW FITZGERALD, PAMELA FITZGERALD, JOSEPH FLYNN, KEVIN FOGG, MARY FORKIN, SALLY FORSTER, JAMES FRECHETTE, 
CHERYL FIRSOLI, MICHELLE FURDON, CHERYL FUSSELL , DONALD FUSSELL, SUSAN FYFE. 



336 




Homeroom 361 




ALBERT GABRIELLI, DAVID GAGNON, BRIAN GALLAGHER, MARY GALLAGHER, SUE ELLEN GALLAGHER, ANNE GAL- 
LANT, MICHAEL GALLANT, PATRICIA GALVIN, G WEN GARDINER, MAUREEN GARRITY, JOYCE GARVIN, BRIAN 
GAUDET, PETER GAUTREAU, JOHN GENEROSO, KAREN GENTILE, JUDITH GERO, THOMAS GIARDINA, LISA GIBBS, 
ANDREW GILES, MICHAEL GIORGETTI, DORIAN GIRARD , ROBERT GIRO LAMO , SCOTT GLADMAN, THOMAS 
GLYNN, DONALD GRAY, JAMES GRAZIOSI 



Homeroom 363 




MITCHELL BECKER, DEBORAH BEERS, ROBERT BELKIN, BARRY BELLA, JOHN BELLIVEAU, JOANNE BELL, LORI ANN 
BENNETT, KATHERIN BERGANTINO, CHRISTOPHER BERNARD, PETER BERTRAND, LYNNEBESSO, STEPHEN BETTI- 
NELLI, THOMAS BIANCHI, JODI BIENSTOCK, DEBRA BIZZOZERO, JOYCE BIZZOZERO, JEFF BLACKMAN, HEATHER 
BLAIKLOCK, EUGENE BOEGLIN, ROBERT BOLDUC, JOHN BONAZZI, LEE BONFILIO, M1GDALIA BONILLA, WILSON 
BONILLA, MARIA TU 



337 




Homeroom 366 



HAROLD CUTLER, MARY CUTLER, ANNA CUTTONE, PAUL DAI- 
GLE, JOSEPH DAMICO, RICHARD DANGIO, LOUIS DARVIRRIS, 
JOSEPH DEANGELO, BRIAN DELACEY, PRISCILLA DELANEY, 
CYNTHIA DELFINO, STEPHEN DEMARCO, DEBORAH DENARO, 
JOSEPH DENEAULT, SCOTT DENNEHY, SUSAN DENNISON, 
SUSAN DENNISON, MARYDEPASS, LYNN DESMOND, VINCENT 
DIGREGORIO, GRACE DIMASI, MARIE DINALLO, PAULDINEEN, 
LOUIS DISANZA, JAMES DOHERTY 






338 



Homeroom 365 




DOMINIC DOMINIJANNI, THOMAS DOOLEY, GAIL DOUCETTE, JACQUELINE DOUCETTE, WILLIAM DOUTHART, 
STEPHEN DOWDY, BRIAN DOYLE, MARK DOYLE, KAREN DOZIER, DEBRA DUBIE, MARGARET DUFFEY, KEVIN 
DUFFY, PAULA DUFFY, SUSAN DULONG, LAUREN DWYER, GLENN ECCLES, CAROL EDMUNDS, JAMES EGAN, 
MARCELLE EL FAR, STEPHEN ELDRIDGE, KENNETH ELLIOT, ELIZABETH ENGLISH, MARY ENGLISH, CHERYL ESS- 
MAN, PAMELA FALONE 



Homeroom 369 




JOHN CASELLA, RICHARD CASELLA, ROSE MARY CASEY, THOMAS CASEY, PATRICIA CASSIDY, SUSAN CATINO, 
PAULCAVANAUGH, SANDRA CELLUCCI, CHRISTINE CENTOLA, LEECENTRANO, JOHN CHAMBERS, ROBERT 
CHENEVERT, ERNEST CHIASSON, JOHN CHIASSON, FUNG CHIN, DONNA CINCOTTA, MARY CLAFFEY, MAUREEN 
CLANCY, CHARLES CLARKE, ROBERT COATES, DON COLEMAN, SCOTT COLEMAN, MARK COLLETT, KATHY 
COLLINS, MICHAEL COLLINS, PATTI ANN COLLINS, ODILLE COMEAU, CAROL CONWAY, DAVID DUFFY 



339 




MATTHEK CONDON, ALICE CONNORS, PATRICK CONRAN , JOANNE CONTI, STEVEN 
CONZO, MARY CORAZZINI, MARIANNE CORBETT, STEPHEN CORCORAN, ARNOLD 
CORMIER, DEBORAH CORMIER, EUGENE CORMIER, GLENN CORMIER, NANCY CORMIER, 
PAMELA CORMIER, PATRICIA CORMIER, JEAN COSGROVE, NANCY COULTER, LINDA 
COXALL, ROBERT COYE, RAYMOND CRANE, DAVID CREAMER, GARY CRISAFULLI, 
THOMAS CRONIN, SUSAN CROTEAU, DONNA CURTIN, ALLEN CUSANO, RAYMOND 
CUSANO 



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Homeroom 371 




BRIAN BUTLER, BEVERLY BYAM, CYNTHIA BYRNE, CARMELA CACI, JULIE CALLAHAN, KATHLEEN CALLAHAN, 
KEVIN CALLAHAN, MARYJANE CALLAHAN, PHILLIP CAMPBELL, WILLIAM CAMPBELL, FRANK CANTONE, DONNA 
CAPPADONA, PAUL CAPPADONA, ROSANN CAPPADONA, MARIE CARAMANIS, JOHN CARAMANIS, JOHN CAR- 
BERRY, JAIME CARDILLO, JOSEPH CARLE, PATRICIA CARNEY, WALTER CARROLL, BRUCE CARR, JOHN CARUSO, 
JOSEPH CARUSO, VICTORIA CARUSO, CATHY CASELLA, MICHAEL CASE, EDMOND DUFFY 



Homeroom 375 




MICHAEL ATTARDO, DEBRA AUCOIN, GEORGE AUCOIN, SANDRA AUCOIN, SUZANNE AUCOIN, ADRIANA 
AVERSA, STEPHEN AVERY, PAUL BABINEAU, STEPHEN BABIN, WERNER BABURINS, RALPH BADGER, JAMES BAIL- 
LIO, JOANNE BAKER, PHILIP BALLO, THOMAS BANKS, CHARLOTTE BARBER, LINDA BARDEN, LISA BARRON, KEN- 
NETH BARRY, MARGARET BARR, PATRICIA BARR, SHERRI BATCHELDER, CAROL BAXTER, AREDIS BAZARIAN, 
DEBORAH BEAUMONT, BONNIE BECKER 



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ROBERT BERNARD, ANN BOOTH, MICHEAL BORDENCA, PAULA BOSWORTH, JOANNE 
BOUCHER, LOUIS BOUDREAU, JACQUELINE BOUDROT, GINETTE BOURGEOIS, JANICE 
BOURGEOIS, LISA BOURGEOIS, ROSE BOURGEOIS, NADINE BOURQUE, ALAN BOWERS, 
MARY BOWLER, CHRISTOPHER BOWLEY , KATHLEEN BOWMAN, DANIEL BOYD, MAU- 
REEN BRADY, KEVIN BRANNELLY, JILL BROOKS, ANNE BROPHY, KENNETH BROWN, 
OSVALDO BURGOS , SUSAN BURSTEIN, MARYANNE BUSHARD, SANDRA BUTCHER, STE- 
PHEN BUTEAU. 



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PAUL ABORN, GEOFFREY ADAMS, ROSANNE ALESSE, DEBRA 
ALIBRANDI, ANNA MARIA ALLIA, PAULA ALLIA , JUDITH ANAS- 
TASI, DAVID ANASTOS, MAUREEN ANDERSON, DEBORAH 
ANDREWS, MICHELLE ANGELO, MICHAEL ANNUNCIATA , 
CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY, JANE ANTICO, DAVID ARCHDEA- 
CON, BRIAN ARENA, CAROLYN ARENA, KAREN ARENA, GARY 
ARENBURG, BETSY ARNOLD, DONNA ARSENAULT, GINA ARSE- 
NAULT, MAURICE ARSENAULT, NORMAN ARSENAULT, RAY- 
MOND ARSENAULT, LESLIE ASHE, DOREEN DEVINCENT 





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Panties , panties , panties . . . IVY . . . Gordon and 
Michael . . . Wayoo . . . Smashed Potatoes . . . 
Schmidts . . . Look at the cows . . .I'm taking mine 
off . . . Let's hoof it . . . Synchronized smoking 
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Best wishes Class of '76, 

As graduation nears; 

You're standing on life's threshold, 

In our Bi- Centennial Year. 

Our country was once a fledgling , 
With wings untried and new; 
It had its doubts and questions , 
As all of you must do . 

Have faith in all that you have learned , 
Believe in what is right; 
Look forward to the future , 
Always keeping peace in sight . 

Our land has made a few mistakes , 
Watergate is one; 

But we must put these things behind us , 
And do what must be done . 

Tomorrow is a challenge , 

It was 200 years ago; 

Have the courage that your forebears had , 

And make this country grow . 

In this land once ruled by sea and sky , 
Opportunity knows no bounds; 
The ocean depths are inviting , 
New galaxies may be found . 

Best wishes Class of '76, 

As your graduation nears; 

On the birthday of your Country , 

This Bi- Centennial year. 



THE KIRSCH REAL ESTATE 

AND 
INSURANCE OFFICE 

LOUIS J. KIRSCH JR. LORI KIRSCH 3rd 

WALTON BROWN JANE KIRSCH 

CLYDE F. JOSYLN 



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WALTHAM 
OLICE DEPARTMENT 






We're Offering More Than Congratulations! 



DEAR GRADUATE: 

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR SUCCESS IN HIGH 
SCHOOL! That's a terrific beginning, and you've got a 
lot to be proud of . But . . . now what? What do you do 
with what you know , and what you can do with your 
capabilities? 

THIS IS A TIME OF CAREER DECISIONS, and this is 
where we offer you more than congratulations . We can 
help you think your questions through . . . and there's 
no obligation on your part. We've got just one question, 
to begin with that you might not have thought about 
before: 

Where can you get a very good salary 
for learning a job - a skill you can 
keep for life? (And that job may be 
one you never thought was a real 
possibility for you . ) 

THE ANSWER: TODAY'S ARMY. Maybe this could be 
a good , profitable move for you . And you should know 
about it. Today's Army has more good jobs to fill than 
anybody. Over 300 good jobs. For men, for women. 







SO WE MAKE THE JOB-HUNTING EASY. And we'll even give you the training and experience you need to get the job. We've 
got over 200 job -training courses, taught by excellent instructors. 

AND THE PAY - COMPARABLE TO CIVILIAN PAY SCALES - IS ONLY THE BEGINNING. So much more is provided: food, 
housing , clothes , medical and dental care . No ordinary job can offer the other things we offer . A chance to travel . Educational 
opportunities. Veteran's benefits. 30 days' paid vacation each year. 

THAT JOB YOU LEARN CAN BECOME A CAREER IN THE ARMY. OR IN CIVILIAN LIFE. And if you're undecided about the jobs 
you're suited for, we can help you think. We've got jobs you never knew we had, or guessed you might be good at. We can give 
you professionally prepared aptitude tests (without any obligation) that may open your eyes about yourself . 

YOU CAN'T LOSE ANYTHING BY FINDING OUT. About the Army. About yourself. That's what we are here for. To talk it over. 
To help you find out more about yourself and about the choices open to you . Give us a call anytime , or just stop in . It is something 
you owe yourself . . . beyond the well -deserved congratulations! 

Sincerely , 
Your Army Representatives 



JOIN THE PEOPLE 
WHO'VE JOINED THE ARMY. 



U.S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION 




671 MAIN STREET 

WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 02154 

PHONE: 617 894-9289/^914)362 



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WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK 



702 Main St. 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



WESTON BRANCH 
432 Boston Post Rd. 
Weston Center 



SUDBURY BRANCH 

Boston Post Rd . 

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Class of 76 
Congratulation 



From 





BY'S 
ROAST BEEF 
RESTAURANT 



806 Main St. 
Waltham 




ANN MARGARET 
BEAUTY SALON 



290 Lexington St, 
Waltham 



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EUCLID CONSTRUCTION 




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NICHOLAS G. FAGGAS 
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551 Mount Auburn St. 
V.'atertown 




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MR. FORMAL 



1097 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 




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MULT1 PANE of New EitUad, i»c 

Glass Requirements 



For all your Insuh 






144 MOODY ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 




BILL COLLINS 





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ESTABLISHED 1 900 




COMMERCIAL AND PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 



333 MOODY STREET 
WAL*AM, MASS. 02154 

TEL. 894-488! 





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Waltha 



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1339 Main St. 
W'altham, Mass. 




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Waltham, Mass. 

894-3392 



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To the Class of "76" 



560 Main St. 
Waltham 



WE BUSSED YOU IN 
THE BEGINNING 

WE HOPE TO BUS YOU 
IN THE FUTURE. 



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AMES CO. 




131 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 





MASTERS OF MEASUREMENT 




BAY STATE FLORIST 
SUPPLY INC. 



Waltham, Mass. 
)LESALE FLORISTS 



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Artneedle 



Represented by: 



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R & R Office 

Box 822 - Oakridge Avenue 

North Attleboro, MA 02760 




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Belmont 



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THE CBOUQUET SHOP 

FLOWERS "DESIGNED WITH "YOU IN "MIND 



TELEPHONE: 899-3916 



Specializing in . . . 

Weddings Showers Proms 

and other occasions 

Wedding Consultants 

Viola Volpe Joyce Martorilli 
881 MAIN STREET, WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 02154 





COLEMAN & SONS 



Realtors - Insurers 
OUR 66th YEAR 








894-4800 





EMBASSY TROPHY CO, 




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479 Moody St. 
893-6532 



290 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 



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FANFARE FRUIT, INC, 



52 Franklin St. 
Quincy 








Compliments 
of 



GUTHRIE LUMBER 
CO. 

187 Lexington St. 
Waltham 



Best Wishes to Class 
of "76." 



LACROSSE 
LANDSCAPE CO. 



Landscape Design 
Installation 

Turf Analysis 



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for the Finest in Fabrics 



22 LEXINGTON STREET 

WALTHAM. MA 02154 

893-7143 



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Phone 894-4900 




MacNABB 
ENGINEERING CO. 



TOM LYONS CORP. 



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131 Lexington St. 
Waltha 



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Phone 893-8400 



Precision Sheet Metal 

Fabricators 

for the 

Electronics Industry 








MAIN OIL COMPANY 




105 Lexington Street 

Waltham 

Phone 899-1424 



"YOUR COMPLETE 
HEATING DEALER." 



MASSACHUSETTS 
BROKEN STONE 



Boston Post Road 
Weston 



john p. McQueen 

INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 



Safety - Security - Service 




P.O. Box 570 « 830 Moody St. 
Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 

Telephone: 893-1345 / 893-1350 / 244-2489 



617-893-8607 



MULDOON STUDIO 



Portraits - Weddings 
Commercial - Industrial 



698 Main Street 



Waltham, Mass. 02154 



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BAYBANK/NEWTON 
WALTHAM 



880 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 



OLYMPIC HOUSE 
OF PIZZA 





873 Main Street 



Waltham, Mass. 



Phone 899-7810 ,' 




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O'TOOLE FLORIST 



719 Main St. 
Waltham 






Good Luck Class 
of '76." 

RICCI FARMS 

Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 

659 Trapelo Rd 

Waltham 




Phone 893-8147 







RISEBERG'S 

286 Moody Street 
Waltham 



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of "76" From 

Waltham's Most 

Elegant and Unsurpassed 

Quality 



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AND SUB SHOP 



170 Main St. 
Waltham 



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GEORGE SPENCER 
& CO. 

9 Avacado St. 
Springfield, Mass. 01104 





WAL-LEX RECREATI 

CTR. 



800 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass 
893-6974 



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TAYTERS, INC. 



i8 Calvary St. 




WALSH'S GETT 
SERVICENTER 



1036 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 







395 








Courtesy of 

WALTHAM NURSING 
HOME INC. 




WALTHAM 
OPTICAL CENTER 

JAMES H. WADDICK JR. 
Registered Optician 



Everything 
In Eyewear 

PRESCRIPTIONS 
FILLED 

CONTACT 
LENSES 

Call 

8941123 



190 LEXINGTON ST., WALTHAM 

(opposite Municipal Service Center) 




ALFREDO'S 




ALL METAL SCREW PRODUCTS 

CO. INC. 



223 Crescent St . 

Waltham, Mass. 




AMERICAN APPLIANCE 
SERVICE INC. 



469 Main Stree 

Waltham 







ompliments of 



BLUE RIBBON DAIRY 




Bedford, Mass. 




WATCHES- FINE JEWELRY 
GIFTS FOR AL.C OCCASIONS 





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Gsdwards Jewelry ( — ^o. 

246 MOODV STREET 
WALTHAM, MASS- 02154 




Dial. 893-6652 



JOEL. D. WEINER 
Manager 




RICHARD F. BALTULIS 

"Postage Stamps and Coins! 



333 Moody Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

Room 202 



CAM'S DRIVER 
EDUCATION SCHOOL 




976 Main Street 
Waltham 
894-1086 





ARM BUREAU 



Lexington Street 




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HANLON'S MEN'S Sh 



"Happy Feet Wear Hanlon's Shoes* 



484 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass 02154 




Best of Luck 



From ELIOT and BARRY 



ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. 
JEWELERS 




653 Main St, 



JOHN GRAINGEf 




Waltham 



MAIN STREET AUTO BODY 




Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 






MULLANEY'S PHARMACY 




Carrier 




SOLAR HtftT 



heating oil 



TAYLOR AND MURPHY 
HOME HEAT ENGINEERING CO. 

*\JuzC *Diti. - <Di£ H3urne.ia. - c^fe.attng & Cooling 

188 LEXINGTON STREET 
WALTHAM. MASS. 02154 
OFFICE: 893-3544 894-1647 



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Best of Luck 



FromTECH-HIFI 








TONY'S SPA 



Subs, Sandwiches, and 
Ice Cream Sundaes 



WALTHAM INSURANCE 
CENTER INC. 



677 Main Street 
Waltham 





"BILL" MITCHELL'S 




WEST END CHEVROLET 




894-9000 



R.S. WILDER, INC. 



26 Bedford Stre 
Waltham 





Support Our 
Advertisers 




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WALTHAM CHEMICAL CO. 



Exterminating and Termite Control 
Since 1893 




817 Moody Street 



Waltham 



893-1810 




Shawn and Kerry 




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COMMERCIAL FOOD EQUIPMENT 
SERVICE, INC. 

TOM McKENfA, President 





DRAGON CHEF 



Moody Street 




fRANK^OFROME 

1100 LexingtoiiiSt. 

Waltham, Mass. 



DEFINO'S 

860 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 




FLYNN & FL#nIN, ESQS 



411 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



HOUSE OF IRELAND 



20 Lexington St . 



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THOMAS A. JOYCE & CO. 

135 Moody St, 
Waltham 



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Compliments of 

JOHN F.LEE REALTORS 

Residential - Commercial 

Appraisals - Investments 

Waltham and Vicinity 




903 Main Street , Waltham 



Tel. 893-4300 



THE LOFT AT 



144 Moody St. 



MENDELSOHN'S INC. 



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Restaurant 



Waltham 



169 Moody St. 
Waltham 



DAVID J. MURRAY 
OFFICE FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT 



55 Moody St. 



Waltham 



893-275 



NEW ENGLAND STORES 

Lexington Street 
Waltham 









QUEEN CLEANERS 



IvaCtham SPA 






266 Moody St. 
Waltham 




1 Moody St . 
Waltham 

893-9666 



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PAM BARDEN 
CAROL BAXTER 
RUTH BECKER 
JOANNE BELL 
NORMAN BOUDREAU 
MAUREEN BRADY 
JILL BROOKS 
MARYJANE CALLAHAN 
SANDI CELLUCCI 
DONNA CINCOTTA 
MATT CONDON 
PATTI CORCORAN 
PAM CORMIER 
ANNA CUTTONE 
STEVE De VINCENT 

sueellen gallagher 
noreen glynn 
bernice hoffman 
carol holston 
cheryll howard 
terese hurley 
frank joyce 
liz kantowski 
judy keefe 
annette lombardo 
susan maher 
doug marcou 
brian Mcpherson 
jon meliones 
kathy meyler 
ann marie mosca 
charlie namais 
michael o'connell 
priscilla olson 
karen pickette 
diane price 
linda rheaume 
ray russo 
susan sabetti 
kathy swenson 
robyn williams 
kathy wilson 





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MRS. ALLEN 
MRS. BAKER 
MR. J. BLIELER 
MR.~T. BLIELER 
MRS. CAMPBELL 
MS. C ASTROS 
MR. CONNORS 
MR. DELANEY 
MR. DUMAS 
MR. EAGLE 
MR. FERRANTE 
MR. GRACEFFA 
MR. HUSSON 
MS. IRWIN 
MRS. KAFELES 
MRS. KOSMIDES 
MR. LEVERONE 
MR. LEVEY 
MR. LYNCH 
MS. MAGRATH 
MRS. MATTHEWS 
MRS. McCAULEY 

mrs. Mcdonald 

MS. NOLAN 
MR. PASSARINI 
MR. PROHOVICH 
MR. POIRIER 
MRS. POIRIER 
MR. REGAN 
MRS. SKAVINSKI 
MR. SORIN 
MR. STEINBERG 
MR. TARKANIAN 
MR. WALKER 
MR. YETTEN 










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Class Poem 




LISTEN 




Hang tight upon your slim book of knowledge 
For time unshackles words 
And meanings are soon lost. 

But fear not , for decay is not destruction 
But merely transformation 
And transformation the vehicle for growth . 

Life stands as an obstacle to our infinite place 
And while we are not our own 
No choice exists except to endure . 

Let our backs be those of oxen - 
Silent and persevering 
And allow that gift of inner strength 
To sustain and move us . 

Wind -like our passage will be 
Smooth and easy - partly, 
Perhaps dissonance will be a 
Welcome change . 

By Richard G. O'Connell 




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